[vtkusers] Custom cursor shapes

Enzo Matsumiya enzo.matsumiya at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 09:25:24 EDT 2016

David, I am using Qt.
Daniel, what type is your myVTKPanel?

I have my visualization stack as a separate dynamic library. When I set the cursor on the application's mainwindow,
it works fine, but the cursor will be the one I chose in every portion of the app.

I tried setting the cursor to my QVTKWidget (within my library) to create the "mouse over" feeling which, I think, should activate
such cursor only when within its bounds. But it didn't work.

Now I don't know if I should take it to Qt's side or if it's indeed within VTK.


> On Jun 30, 2016, at 04:16, -Daniel- <ich_daniel at habmalnefrage.de> wrote:
> Hi Enzo,
> I'm using Java, where I added my own cursor as follows:
> Cursor c = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().createCustomCursor(
>     CursorImageAsGIF, new Point(10,10), "Cursorname" );
> myVTKPanel.setCursor(c);
> Maybe it helps you...
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