Is this a mobile app? Which version of the SDK are you using? Which text components?
No, it's not mobile app.
I use SDK 4.5.0
By text components I mean TextInput for example, but it happens at all the places where "text cursor" is displayed.
You can check the behavior in the following blog article, when you try the first example and press Toggle button to activate busy cursor and hover the text below. This is exactly what I want to avoid. Two cursors displayed. I don't know what is the version used in the article, but the same happens in 4.5.0
You could try a mouseMove handler that calls Mouse.hide();
I assume, that this will be then aplied only to one component. Isn't there any way how to change this behavior for the whole application ?
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Listen for mouseMove from the systemManager
thanks, this was a good clue.
By the way, isn't there any "cursor change" event, which can indicate, that the cursor was changed ? Then you don't need to check every mouse move.
Another solution, which can solve the doubled cursor, is to use Spark components, which don't use "text cursor" on mouse over.
No, there isn’t a cursorChange event.