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Revision 133843 of -moz-copy

  • Revision slug: CSS/-moz-copy
  • Revision title: -moz-copy
  • Revision id: 133843
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This is a cursor value that Mozilla used before CSS 3 cursor: copy was implemented. Since Gecko 1.8a6 (December 2004), CSS 3 cursor copy is supported and rendered properly, so there's no need to use cursor: -moz-copy in newer stylesheets.

The -moz-copy cursor value is used to indicate something is to be copied. The -moz-copy cursor (just like the copy cursor) is rendered as an arrow with a small plus sign at its top-right corner.

On the Windows platform, the -moz-copy cursor value can (could?) look like this: Image:Cursor-moz_copy.png

Related bugzilla item: Bug 163174: Support CSS3 cursors

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<p>This is a cursor value that Mozilla used before CSS 3 <code>cursor: copy</code> was implemented. Since <a href="en/Gecko">Gecko</a> 1.8a6 (December 2004), <a class="external" href="http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/CR-css3-ui-20040511/#drag-and">CSS 3 cursor copy</a> is supported and rendered properly, so there's no need to use <code>cursor: -moz-copy</code> in newer stylesheets.
</p><p>The -moz-copy cursor value is used to indicate something is to be copied. The -moz-copy cursor (just like the copy cursor) is rendered as an arrow with a small plus sign at its top-right corner.
</p><p>On the Windows platform, the -moz-copy cursor value can (could?) look like this: <img alt="Image:Cursor-moz_copy.png" src="File:en/Media_Gallery/Cursor-moz_copy.png">
</p><p>Related bugzilla item: <a class="external" href="https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=163174">Bug 163174: Support CSS3 cursors</a>
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