Cursor Mode enables the Image Cursor so that you can move and resize it. In Cursor Mode, left mouse clicks work are directed to commands associated with the Image Cursor.
You can move the image cursor to a new position without actually entering Cursor Mode. In any mode, point the mouse where you want the image cursor centered. Holding down the [Shift] key, click the left mouse button.
Make sure the Image Window has focus.
Choose one of the following menu commands:
Press Ctrl+D to enter Cursor Mode from any mode. This is a toggle button; use it in Cursor Mode to exit to Roam Mode.
From the Image window's pull-down menu, View > Mode > Cursor
From the Image Context Menu, then choose Mode > Cursor.
From the Image Toolbar, click the button.
When you are finished with Cursor Mode, you can disable it by selecting any other command mode, such as clicking to choose the default Roam Mode, or by using Ctrl+D as described above.