to display the mouse, but the mouse is not captured inside the JME app
u need to use either absolute mouse of relativeMouse. probably a seperate function to buildMouse().
load a texture on the absolute mouse and it'll be displayed.
How do you load a texture on the absolute mouse? :?
How do you load a texture on the absolute mouse?
Sorry, I can’t find where absoluteMouse is… :-o (Where is it???)
Edit: wait… I think I got it… now I feel dumb… lol thanks!
Edit: So how do you update and get the mouse moving? :?
Edit: Ok I found the answer to my question… http://www.jmonkeyengine.com/jmeforum/index.php?topic=3515.0 thanks for helping
dont know which way u chose to use, but the MouseInput works just fine for me.
asign texture state and alpha state is the one i was talking about in the previous replies. it gives u a better control of the cursor. without doing any external work.
but if u prefer edit things in photoshop, i think the following should work just fine.
// Create the Mouse object.
mouse = new AbsoluteMouse("MyMouse", display.getWidth(), display.getHeight());
// Give the mouse a new cursor.
URL url = this.getClass().getClassLoader().getResource("Textures/cursor.png");
this way u still get all the utilities that absoluteMouse provies, such as picking, but u cant edit the cursor like resize().
Alright I got my answer