In article <01I7GG7YRWGY8ZTFVO at niehs.nih.gov>,
STAFFA at NIEHS.NIH.GOV ("Nick Staffa, ph 361-9422 ext226") writes:
>Shifting focus to the MacIntosh:
>In eXodus, the default cursor in the Main List Window is a big ugly "X".
>We have managed to get that to be a left pointing arrow by specifying
>the default cursor font to be decw$cursor.
>This is a lot better than the X cursor, but, tho it points to the left,
>it does so at a 45 degree angle which gives a rather flaccid look and feel to
>operations in the main window. What designation of default cursor would
>restore the proper angle to the arrow?
> I don't know which version of eXodus you use, but I never see
such cursor. Try to make eXodus run as Sun Rootless (if you connect
to a sun), and in the screen editor menu, use the motif like
windows appearance, this can help, perhaps.
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