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[directfb-users] Re: Forcing an Application to a layer



Oops, I wrote that wrong.  What I mean is the SDL code for hiding the cursor 
is missing.  You cannot hide the mouse using SDL and the DirectFB backend.

Tony

On Saturday 22 November 2003 6:35 am, you wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Tony Murray <murrant@bvu.edu> writes:
> > Also, the code to disable the mouse for directfb seems to be
> > missing.  So I have a mouse pointer in the middle of the screen...
>
> If you don't want a mouse pointer, you probably want a fullscreen
> application and should set the cooperative level accordingly.
>
> If you don't want to use fullscreen mode but still don't want any
> mouse events, you can disable the mouse cursor for the display layer
> (this needs exclusive/administrative access). Of course you can always
> simply hide the mouse cursor by setting it's opacity to zero.
>
>
> Sven



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