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I want that the cursor change when the mouse is over one of the rectangles. Rectangles are displayed but nothing happens when the mouse is over.

 
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How are you obtaining the rectangle objects? How do the rectangle objects record their sizes?
 
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You were also asking how to make the cursor change when inside one of your rectangles. That is the same problem about how you find the rectangle objects. Have you come across the contains methods?
 
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I have done the edit, but it's not the same question because I have restarted my code.
 
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bobby town wrote:I have done the edit, but it's not the same question because I have restarted my code.

Don't go editing code after you have posted it.
 
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