$cursor-blink - Cursor blink rate $cursor-color - Cursor foreground color
$cursor-blink integer; Default is 0
$cursor-color colorNum; Default is 0
0 <= colorNum <= n
$cursor-blink sets the cursor's flash rate, i.e. the period in which the cursor is drawn, hidden and then redrawn. The default setting of 0 disables cursor blinking. When set to a none zero value the variable is split into two componants, the first 16 bits, or lower short, sets the cursor visible time in milliseconds, and the higher short sets the hidden time. If the hidden time is set to 0 then the cursor will be hidden for the same length of time it is visible.
The cursor blink rate can be setup in the platform section of user-setup(3).
$cursor-color sets the cursor's fore-ground color, and can greatly improve cursor visibility. colorNum is a integer palette number created using add-color(2), the default is 0.
UNIX termcap interface does not support $cursor-color.
The following example sets the cursor visible time to 600 ms (0x258) and a hidden time to 200 ms (0xc8):
set-variable $cusror-blink 0x00c80258
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