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    gnocl::pointer

    Manipulate the Gnome mouse pointer.

    Synopsis

    gnocl::pointer subcommand [-option value...]

    Description

    Manipulate the mouse pointer display and positioning.

    Subcommands

    gnocl::pointer warp [-option value...]

    Options

    -x integer (default: 0)
    Reposition the pointer to the specified x coordinate. 
    -y integer (default: 0)
    Reposition the pointer to the specified x coordinate. 
    -offset string (default: "")
    List of two integers containing the offset location (in pixels) of the cursor "hot-spot" relative to the top-left corner of the image.
    gnocl::pointer set [-option value...]

    Options

    -widget string (default: "")
    Widget id of the object to which the new cursor graphic is to be assigned.. 
    -image percent-string (default: "")
    Image to be shown, can be either a file (prefix "%/") or gnocl::pixBuf (prefix "%?). If the value of string is "" then the cursor will be reset to the display default, typically an arrow pointer. Use of a stock item (prefix "%#") will result in an error.
    -offset string (default: "")
    List of two integers containing the offset location (in pixels) of the cursor "hot-spot" relative to the top-left corner of the image.

    Example

    gnocl::pointer warp -x 100
    gnocl::pointer warp -offset {-200 100}
    gnocl::pointer warp -x 100 -y 400
    gnocl::pointer set -widget $win1 -image "%/mypointer.png" -offset {25 25}

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