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Subject:Capturing pointers or cursors From:Mark Levinson <mark -at- SD -dot- CO -dot- IL> Date:Mon, 20 Nov 1995 11:43:42 IST
Snagit 2.5 will capture the pointer, but I believe that if
you try to capture a pointer that says "waiting," like the
hourglass, Snagit itself will wait until the pointer you want is
no longer on screen.
If you would like to force the hourglass to appear when you
are not actually waiting, you can use a cursor-manipulation
program called Animouse, which supplies the hourglass as a
Both Snagit and Animouse are available in evaluation versions.
For Snagit information, write to info -at- techsmith -dot- com -dot-
For Animouse information, write to Troy Beckstrom, tbeckstr -at- prostar -dot- com -dot-
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