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i'm not sure what you're trying to accomplish, but you don't have to use Mouse.hide() in order to have a custom movieclip mimic the mouse's movement.
what i need is that i have a botton and i want when i roll over t it dosnt change to hand i want to contol this.
I think I understand. To my (admittedly very limited) knowledge, it's not possible to alter the mouse cursor that the system displays. You can, however, create a very similar effect by creating a movie clip that follows the mouse and has the desired mouse states available. The effect won't persist outside of the area of your movie. If you're trying to arbitrarily control the appearance of the system cursor, rather than that of a clip that follows it, the windows API may have some provision for it.
Thanks man i thought this too because no body answered me anywhere ?
i think ill do what you said
> what i need is that i have a botton and i want when i roll over t it dosnt change to hand i want to contol this.
Give the button instance name and turn off the OVER pointer using : Btn.useHandCursor = false;
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Hey man thanks alot that is axectly what i need, but what is the others like to make a hand to drag. not a finger.