How do I make my cursor smaller?

I’m creating a menu for a game and want to change the cursor to a hand when the mouse hovers over buttons. I’m using Cursor.SetCursor()

The problem is that, when I’m using CursorMode.Auto, the cursor its rendered way bigger than the default cursor. When I use CursorMode.ForceSoftware, its rendered nicely but its rendered to the left of where Im pointing.This is the code I use, which is attached to the camera object

public Texture2D handCursor;

	public void hoverHand(){
		Cursor.SetCursor (handCursor, Vector2.zero, CursorMode.Auto);
	}

	public void returnCursor(){
		Cursor.SetCursor (null, Vector2.zero, CursorMode.Auto);
	}

I’m using Event trigger on the buttons. On pointer enter it calls hoverHand(), on pointer exit it calls returnCursor()51291-captura-de-pantalla-146.png

This is the image I’m using. It’s 17 X 22

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Hope you guys can help me! Have a nice day.

The Cursor.SetCursor will auto resize your cursor to 32x32 if its smaller when using CursorMode.Auto.
And i would not recommend using software rendering.

What you could do if you really wanted a smaller cursor is make your own.
Example:
Texture2D Cursor;
int Width = 16, Heigth = 16;
Vector2 mouse;

function Start()
{
   Screen.showCursor = false;
}
function Update()
{
   mouse = new Vector2(Input.mousePosition.x, Screen.height - Input.mousePosition.y);
}
function OnGUI()
{
   GUI.DrawTexture(new Rect(mouse.x - (Width / 2), mouse.y - (Heigth / 2), Width, Heigth), Cursor);
}

Yeh im aware that OnGUI is the legacy system.
You could do it with the uGUI if you prefer.

Yeah Blackthornprod’s video in that topic should cover your question if you are still here in 2020… :slight_smile:
In his second technique he doesn’t use a texture for the cursor, but he makes the cursor invisible and stick a sprite on top of it instead. That way, it is possible to create cursor animations, change the cursor sprite if right clicking, make particle effects and of course scale it to infinity.
Here is the video: HOW TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR MOUSE CURSOR - UNITY TUTORIAL - YouTube