Turns the cursor offvoid sm_c_off( void );
sm_c_offtells Panther that the normal cursor setting is off. Use this function when all fields on the current screen are protected. The normal cursor setting is in effect except under these circumstances:
- The cursor is off when a block cursor is in use, as during menu processing.
If the display cannot turn its cursor on and off—
COFentries are not defined in the video file—this function has no effect.
sm_c_onto turn the cursor on.
sm_ferr_reset(0, "Verify that the cursor is turned ON");
sm_femsg(0, "Verify that the cursor is turned OFF");
sm_femsg(0, "Verify that the cursor is turned ON");