Python Script equivalent to RhinoScript Rhino.SetCursorPos

Hi there,

I’m pretty new to programming and all. I’ve been trying to write a Python version of Jarek’s SetTargetToCursor script to learn Python but also to try and make a cross-platform version of the script.

I’m stuck at ‘translating’ the code snippet to re-position the cursor to the center of the screen since RhinoScript can use a SetCursorPos() method, but I don’t see that available in the RhinoScriptSyntax API nor in the RhinoCommon API.

Call Rhino.SetCursorPos(Rhino.XformWorldToScreen(arrNT,, True))

Am I missing something or is there a workaround that I have not found, or is this functionality not available for Python scripting?

Hi @vcruzdesigns,

See if System.Windows.Forms.Cursor.Position is what you need.

– Dale

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Thanks, I’ll take a look!