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By glazou on Wednesday 10 March 2004, 14:45 - Mozilla
Anyone with spare time willing to help me a bit? I need the "not-allowed" value from CSS3 cursors. As "-moz-not-allowed", of course. Thanks!
Take a look at a bug named new cursors for camino, there might be what you'r looking for attached to it ?
I've got a free afternoon, I'm looking into it, although I've never delved this deep into the Mozilla source code before. Still, you've got to start somewhere
Lordpixel said he'd work on the CSS3 cursors in bugzilla.mozilla.org/show... but I haven't seen any progress on it. It appears that Mozilla supports the cursor because it shows up when doing drag and drop of bookmarks.
I actually have -moz-not-allowed working in Gtk2 and potentially win32 builds now, I'll put up a patch in an hour or so. At the very least, it can be used for Nvu until Lordpixel's full CSS3 cursors stuff appears.
Here's the patch I promised. In Windows, I use the IGLAZBLOG_NO cursor (Although it's untested, it's copied from the code for the other cursors, so it should work), for Gtk2, I use the "pirate" pointer since there doesn't seem to be a standard GDK pointer that makes sense in the context of not-allowed.
The patch is against HEAD CVS, but it'll probably work against older versions.
Darren: muchas muchas gracias!!! You should file a bug called "Implement CSS 3 UI cursors" and do them all. Not kidding. Get lordpixel's help for mac.
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