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Gets whether cursor functionality is supported.
 
Gets whether cursor functionality is supported.
  
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=== Arguments ===
 
=== Arguments ===
{{param|boolean|hascursor|Whether the system has cursor functionality.}}
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=== Returns ===
 
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== Other Languages ==
 
== Other Languages ==
 
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{{i18n|love.mouse.hasCursor}}

Latest revision as of 04:52, 6 June 2019

Available since LÖVE 0.10.0
This function is not supported in earlier versions.
Deprecated in LÖVE 11.0
This function has been renamed to love.mouse.isCursorSupported.

Gets whether cursor functionality is supported.

If it isn't supported, calling love.mouse.newCursor and love.mouse.getSystemCursor will cause an error. Mobile devices do not support cursors.

Function

Synopsis

hascursor = love.mouse.hasCursor( )

Arguments

None.

Returns

boolean hascursor
Whether the system has cursor functionality.

See Also


Other Languages