[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 15795] [GTK] Change the mouse pointer state to busy while loading a page

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Sat Jan 26 08:34:07 PST 2008


------- Comment #5 from xan.lopez at gmail.com  2008-01-26 08:34 PDT -------
BTW: while I don't have anything against doing this in app-side, we need some
API hooks to do it correctly I think. Unconditionally setting cursor on
load-progress-changed is wrong: if you are hovering a link, for example, the
cursor should remain as a "hand" all the time, but we'd switch it to a
"watch/wait" when the next progress-change happens.A signal would a good way of
doing this, but any other way would do.

Or if anybody knows how Safari or other WebKit browser handles this, that might
help too :)

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