There isn’t a disabled cursor type available in Axure RP, but if you’re trying to show an icon next to the cursor that indicates that an item is disabled (e.g. the circle with a line through it) then this can be simulated. First you’ll want to create the “disabled” shape that you want to show next to your cursor; in the “Icons” library there should be a “Ban” icon that should do the trick. You’ll then want to size it down to how big you want it to be, then hide it.
Next, create a Page Mouse Move event that fires a Move action that moves that hidden disabled shape to [[Cursor.x]], [[Cursor.y]]; this will allow the hidden shape to follow the cursor around the screen. You can add a couple of pixels of padding to adjust the placement of that shape next to the cursor as needed (e.g. [[Cursor.x+5]],[[Cursor.y+5]]).
You’ll then need to create a second case on the same Page Mouse Move event that uses the condition “If cursor is over area of (your disabled widget’s name)”; if that condition is true, the event should show the disabled icon; this simulates showing the disabled icon when you mouse over the disabled widget.
You’ll then want to create one more conditional case on the Page Mouse Move event that checks if the cursor is no longer over the area of the disabled widget; if it’s true then it should hide the disabled shape. That should do the trick! Disabled Cursor Sample.rp (47.1 KB)