0 Replies Latest reply on Oct 18, 2010 8:23 AM by Dan McAdam

    Using CursorManager in AIR 2.0

    Dan McAdam



      I've been working on several desktop utility programs using AIR 2.0 in FB4 (4.1 SDK w/AIR 2.0 integration). I've googled the universe several times trying to find info on how to get a busy cursor in the AIR window and found some tips but none have worked for me.


      I have read that, in order to invoke the CursorManager.setBusyCursor method in AIR, one needs to address the manager as a property of the native window the AIR app is running in (is that true?)... however.. I have not been successful in establishing a reference to the window and thus no CursorManager...


      Anyone have a proven method of invoking a busy cursor in AIR 2.0?


      thanks in advance