Top-Level Functions and Methods Flash MX 2004. Usage function removeEffect() { // statements } 23 Parameters None. Returns Nothing. Description Function; called when the user changes an effect's properties or uses the Remove Effect menu item. The code contained in this function returns the object(s) to their original state. For example, if the effect broke a text string apart, the removeEffect() method would remove the text string that was broken apart and replace it with the original string. See also configureEffect(), executeEffect() setCursor() Availability Flash MX 2004. Usage function setCursor() { // statements } Parameters None. Returns Nothing. Description Function; called when the extensible tool is active and the mouse moves, to allow the script to set custom pointers. The script should call tools.setCursor() to specify the pointer to use. For a list that shows which pointers correspond to which integer values, see tools.setCursor(). Example function setCursor() { fl.tools.setCursor( 1 ); }