Me.Cursor = New Cursor("C:\cursor.ico")I mean as in even if the user's cursor leaves the form, it will still display the custom cursor only.
I have gotten only this much done so far, and the code is not 100% working either.
Private Sub ChangeCursorButton_Click() System.Windows.Forms.Cursor.Hide() 'only hides the cursor when your mouse is on the form, need to fix that Me.Cursor = New Cursor("cursor.ico") 'had no choice but to use this for now, even if when your cursor is out of the form it will revert to the original. End Sub Private Sub DefaultCursorButton_Click() System.Windows.Forms.Cursor.Show() Me.Close() End Sub
The code only works if your cursor is on the form. If its not, it doesn't work as intended.
I need the code to work that the cursor will hide the original cursor and let the custom cursor I declared shown.