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Change Safari cursor shape based on link target
Authored by: Roquentin on Jun 21, '07 10:53:26AM

Nice hint. There are lots of cursor styles available, though (google "CSS and cursor"), and in this context I would suggest "cursor: ne-resize" instead.



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Change Safari cursor shape based on link target
Authored by: jvr on Jun 21, '07 11:35:01AM

Yes, very nice hint. That will save me from having to glance at the status bar every time I want to know how a link is directed.

I went with the "ne-resize" suggestion (an arrow pointing up and to the right), since that makes sense to me, visually representing "leaving this window." I also applied Sebhelyesfarku's suggestion for javascript links, and since most of those result in pop-up windows, I used the "n-resize" cursor style (an up arrow).



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Change Safari cursor shape based on link target
Authored by: mbroughtn on Jun 21, '07 05:19:42PM
You might want to check out what may be available for cursor styles by seeing what is defined in the w3c.org CSS rules. <http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/ui.html#cursor-props>;

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