The cursor command returns the current position of the cursor (the X11 pointer, not the magic cursor box) in internal layout coordinates.
cursor is implemented as a built-in window command in magic. In the Tcl version of magic, it returns a Tcl result (list of two elements, x and y coordinates).
Like all window commands, it reports relative to the existing window if only one window is present, or the active window if called with the ":" macro. Otherwise, it must be called using the tk_path_name command to specify relative to which layout window the cursor coordinates will be given.
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Last updated: October 5, 2004 at 2:47am