1. Laraina Stevens
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When click on a button cursor style will change as waiting:

button.setOnAction(new EventHandler() {
@Override
public void handle(ActionEvent event) {
Task task = new Task() {
@Override
protected Integer call() throws Exception {
int iterations;
scene.setCursor(Cursor.WAIT); //Change cursor to wait style
for (iterations = 0; iterations < 100000; iterations++) {
System.out.println("Iteration " + iterations);
}
scene.setCursor(Cursor.DEFAULT); //Change cursor to default style
return iterations;
}
};
Thread th = new Thread(task);
th.setDaemon(true);
th.start();
}
});
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In this if you are creating the FXML page in Scene Builder, and you need to put the Cursor on the Label or you want to change the cursor when the pointer comes on the label. Then you need to Set the label properties, select the label and then in properties tab select the cursor and then select the choice of pointer.
your Cursor is changed as per your requirement.

Or you can set directly in the FXML code like this..

<Label layoutX="10.0" layoutY="50.0" prefHeight="26.0" prefWidth="167.0" text="CheckListView">
<cursor>
<Cursor fx:constant="CLOSED_HAND" />
</cursor>
</Label>
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How to change the cursor or mouse pointer, I am very happy to find here more hardware methods always,thanks. This brillassignment reviews also sharing us interesting methods and great college writing reviews with us.
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