|Location||Toolkit II, THOR XVI, QSOUND|
This command disables the cursor in the given channel. See CURSEN!
The default window for this command is #1.
If a cursor is disabled in a given window (or does not exist), task switching with <CTRL><C> to the job which owns that window will not work unless the Pointer Environment is present.
Do not use CURDIS #0 as this may prevent further input.
See CURSEN for more details.
CURSOR_OFF is similar.