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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Eva,

When you have a mouse cursor on a slide, you can choose to change it to one of the other options within Storyline using the Format tab. And at the bottom of the built in options you'll find an option to browse for other cursors. 

This allows you to choose from any of the default Windows cursors available on your system, or to browse for any other file with a .cur or .ani extension.

Eva Han

Thanks Ashley, 

    Sorry I didn't make myself clear, I want to change the mouse look on the screen without adding a mouse cursor, so in the project preview mode, the viewer is actually using another view of mouse, is that making sense? In that case, the participant is actually hitting buttons or triggers with a fish instead of an arrow? Sorry if I use some words wrong, I learn this by myself

Eva Han

Ashley Terwilliger said:

Hi Eva,

It sounds like you'd like to change the mouse pointer that the user will see and manipulate to click on elements within your Storyline project? That is not something you'd be able to control within Storyline as how the mouse displays  is a setting on the users individual computer. 


Thanks Ashley,

Yes, I was trying to create an interaction with a fishlike mouse pointer, I'll figure out something else.Thank you!