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Setting mouse cursor

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I have a script which sets the mouse cursor using
<object>.style.cursor = "wait,progress"
This causes a strange behaviour where a HTTP request is sent to the server for virtualdir\wait. For example if my site is http://myserver/vdir/page1.asp,
a request http://myserver/vdir/wait is sent to the server.
However if I only have a single cursor type specified,
<object>.style.cursor = "wait"
it works as expected and no requests are sent to the server.
Documentation states that a comma seperated list of cursor names can be specified. Any idea what causes this behavior?
Nov 23 '06 #1
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The comma-separated list is only for custom cursors. For the rest, only one value is valid, though they can appear as the generic cursor at the end of the list - see link.
May 30 '08 #2

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