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I realize this would be tricky to do since the cursor would have to change when you moved over the menus but even old Cimatron IT had this andI found it to be quite helpful. I tried attaching a screen dump of the crosshair in an old version of Cimatron IT but it wouldn't upload.
Does VX have the ability to change the cursor to a crosshair? If not how difficult would it be to make this change for a future release of maybe a Macro?
I can live without it. In fact it isn't even me that really wants this. Its a coworker that is making the jump to VX who was asking about it. He is a former user of UG, Cimatron (Elite and IT), and others. I was just trying to make the transition a little more comfortable for him.
Message 2 of 5
The short answer is no, VX only uses the Windows cursor for general picking and unfortunately this is not something that the macro language can change. However, you do have a full cross-hair cursor when traversing faces/surfaces and your right-mouse menu pick is set to "on entity", so it seems that VX actually delivers the cross hair when you most want to see it
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Message 4 of 5
The standard Windows cursor size is 32x32 pixels. I think it is possible to save one (or rather, use one in Windows) no more than 100x100 pixels. Plus, you would be replacing the main Windows cursor, meaning that all of your programs would then be using a big cross hair cursor instead of the regular arrow.......
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