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Hi, I have been working on this issue from a while now. When the cursor is changed from one style to other via firefox simply does not render it. It works fine in opera and chrome . Please help &.grab {

         cursor: move; /* fallback if grab cursor is unsupported */
         cursor: grab;
         // cursor: -moz-grab;
         // cursor: -webkit-grab;
      }
      
      /* (Optional) Apply a "closed-hand" cursor during drag operation. */
      &.grabbing:active {
         cursor: move; /* fallback if grab cursor is unsupported */
         cursor: grabbing;
         // cursor: -moz-grabbing;
         // cursor: -webkit-grabbing;
      }
Hi, I have been working on this issue from a while now. When the cursor is changed from one style to other via firefox simply does not render it. It works fine in opera and chrome . Please help &.grab { cursor: move; /* fallback if grab cursor is unsupported */ cursor: grab; // cursor: -moz-grab; // cursor: -webkit-grab; } /* (Optional) Apply a "closed-hand" cursor during drag operation. */ &.grabbing:active { cursor: move; /* fallback if grab cursor is unsupported */ cursor: grabbing; // cursor: -moz-grabbing; // cursor: -webkit-grabbing; }
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cor-el
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Did you check the Inspector?

See also:

Can you post a link to a publicly accessible page (i.e. no authentication or signing on required)?

Did you check the Inspector? *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Tools/Page_Inspector See also: *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/cursor Can you post a link to a publicly accessible page (i.e. no authentication or signing on required)?
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jscher2000
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Why is there an & character here:

chetankumard said

Hi, I have been working on this issue from a while now. When the cursor is changed from one style to other via firefox simply does not render it. It works fine in opera and chrome . Please help
&.grab {
          cursor: move; /* fallback if grab cursor is unsupported */
          cursor: grab;
          // cursor: -moz-grab;
          // cursor: -webkit-grab;
       }
       
       /* (Optional) Apply a "closed-hand" cursor during drag operation. */
       &.grabbing:active {
          cursor: move; /* fallback if grab cursor is unsupported */
          cursor: grabbing;
          // cursor: -moz-grabbing;
          // cursor: -webkit-grabbing;
       }
Why is there an & character here: ''chetankumard [[#question-1261677|said]]'' <blockquote> Hi, I have been working on this issue from a while now. When the cursor is changed from one style to other via firefox simply does not render it. It works fine in opera and chrome . Please help <pre>&.grab { cursor: move; /* fallback if grab cursor is unsupported */ cursor: grab; // cursor: -moz-grab; // cursor: -webkit-grab; } /* (Optional) Apply a "closed-hand" cursor during drag operation. */ &.grabbing:active { cursor: move; /* fallback if grab cursor is unsupported */ cursor: grabbing; // cursor: -moz-grabbing; // cursor: -webkit-grabbing; }</pre> </blockquote>
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Question owner

Yes I did and it doesn't reveal much. Unfortunately Its a private app. Can I post you a gif image for reference?

Yes I did and it doesn't reveal much. Unfortunately Its a private app. Can I post you a gif image for reference?
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Just ignore the & symbol. I haven't posted you the entire css. .grab and . grabbing:active are the css classes involved in applying the grab and grabbing cursor. Thing is when I apply grab cursor or grabbing cursor Firefox has no issue rendering it. But when the class name changes dynamically the cursor does not change from grab to grabbing.

Just ignore the & symbol. I haven't posted you the entire css. .grab and . grabbing:active are the css classes involved in applying the grab and grabbing cursor. Thing is when I apply grab cursor or grabbing cursor Firefox has no issue rendering it. But when the class name changes dynamically the cursor does not change from grab to grabbing.
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jscher2000
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It's obvious. That we can't help you without understanding how your page works. If you cannot provide a link to the real app, create a demo, for example, using JSFiddle, CodePen, etc.

It's obvious. That we can't help you without understanding how your page works. If you cannot provide a link to the real app, create a demo, for example, using JSFiddle, CodePen, etc.
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@jscher2000, I will post a link to jsfiddle or codepen shortly.

@jscher2000, I will post a link to jsfiddle or codepen shortly.
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