How to use _mouse_move method in ATX

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...29from kivy import kivy_data_dir30from kivy.compat import string_types31from os.path import join32from functools import partial33def _mouse_move(texture, size, offset, win, pos, *args):34 if hasattr(win, '_cursor'):35 c = win._cursor36 else:37 with win.canvas.after:38 Color(1, 1, 1, 1, mode='rgba')39 win._cursor = c = Rectangle(texture=texture, size=size)40 c.pos = pos[0] + offset[0], pos[1] - size[1] + offset[1]41def start(win, ctx):42 cursor_texture = Image(43 ctx.config.get('texture', join(kivy_data_dir, 'images', 'cursor.png'))44 ).texture45 cursor_size = ctx.config.get('size')46 if isinstance(cursor_size, string_types):47 cursor_size = [int(x) for x in cursor_size.split('x')]...

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