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Chapter 5. List and Mouse Controls > Changing the Mouse Pointer's Appearance

Changing the Mouse Pointer's Appearance

Normally, the mouse pointer's appearance is determined by the browser. The browser changes the mouse pointer depending on the current content over which the mouse pointer happens to be resting.

If the pointer is over text, for example, the pointer becomes a text selector. Or if the browser is working and the visitor can't do anything, the pointer becomes a timer, letting the visitor know she needs to wait.


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