This script moves display of the cursor to Unity UI, allowing you to add further effects to it if necessary. It requires AC v1.63.0 or later.

To use it:

  1. In the Cursor Manager, set the Cursor rendering mode to Hardware
  2. Create a new UI Canvas in the scene, and attach a new RawImage as a child object
  3. Attach the script below to the RawImage component


using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;
using UnityEngine.UI;
using AC;

public class UnityUICursor : MonoBehaviour

public Texture2D emptyTexture;
private RawImage rawImage;

private void OnEnable ()
EventManager.OnSetHardwareCursor += OnSetHardwareCursor;
rawImage = GetComponent <RawImage>();

private void OnDisable ()
EventManager.OnSetHardwareCursor -= OnSetHardwareCursor;

private void Update ()
rawImage.rectTransform.position = Input.mousePosition;

private void OnSetHardwareCursor (Texture2D texture, Vector2 clickOffset)
Cursor.SetCursor (emptyTexture,, CursorMode.Auto);
rawImage.texture = (texture != null) ? texture : emptyTexture;

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