CursorShapes

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--see https://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qt.html#CursorShape-enum
  "Reset"         =  -1   -- Resets your cursor.
  "Arrow"         =   0   -- The standard arrow cursor.
  "UpArrow"       =   1   -- An arrow pointing upwards toward the top of the screen.
  "Cross"         =   2   -- A crosshair cursor typically used to help the user accurately select a point on the screen.
  "Wait"          =   3   -- An hourglass or watch cursor usually shown during operations that prevent the user from interacting with the application.
  "IBeam"         =   4   -- A caret or ibeam cursor indicating that a widget can accept and display text input.
  "SizeVer"       =   5   -- A cursor used for elements that are used to vertically resize top-level windows.
  "SizeHor"       =   6   -- A cursor used for elements that are used to horizontally resize top-level windows.
  "SizeBDiag"     =   7   -- A cursor used for elements that are used to diagonally resize top-level windows at their top-right and bottom-left corners.
  "SizeFDiag"     =   8   -- A cursor used for elements that are used to diagonally resize top-level windows at their top-left and bottom-right corners.
  "SizeAll"       =   9   -- A cursor used for elements that are used to resize top-level windows in any direction.
  "Blank"         =   10  -- A blank/invisible cursor typically used when the cursor shape needs to be hidden.
  "SplitV"        =   11  -- A cursor used for vertical splitters indicating that a handle can be dragged horizontally to adjust the use of available space.
  "SplitH"        =   12  -- A cursor used for horizontal splitters indicating that a handle can be dragged vertically to adjust the use of available space.
  "PointingHand"  =   13  -- A pointing hand cursor that is typically used for clickable elements such as hyperlinks.
  "Forbidden"     =   14  -- A slashed circle cursor typically used during drag and drop operations to indicate that dragged content cannot be dropped on 
                          -- particular widgets or inside certain regions.
  "OpenHand"      =   17  -- A cursor representing an open hand typically used to indicate that the area under the cursor is the visible part of a 
                          -- canvas that the user can click and drag in order to scroll around.
  "ClosedHand"    =   18  -- A cursor representing a closed hand typically used to indicate that a dragging operation is in progress that involves scrolling.
  "WhatsThis"     =   15  -- An arrow with a question mark typically used to indicate the presence of What's This? help for a widget.
  "Busy"          =   16  -- An hourglass or watch cursor usually shown during operations that allow the user to interact with the application while 
                          -- they are performed in the background.
  "DragMove"      =   20  -- A cursor that is usually used when dragging an item.
  "DragCopy"      =   19  -- A cursor that is usually used when dragging an item to copy it.
  "DragLink"      =   21  -- A cursor that is usually used when dragging an item to make a link to it.