Replying to [comment:1 scott.gonzalez]:
The cursor is actually a single point, so it's impossible for it to overlap two rows. The *icon* for the cursor, however, spans several rows and may or may not be rendered to point to the actual point that the cursor is at.
Thanks for the comment. We rechecked once again and the same use-case was working in earlier versions.
We understand that the cursor is a single point - the issue is which point is referred to in a cursor icon.
We tested with 2 cusror icons in Windows- default and crosshair. For the default cusror icon- the expectation is that the topmost tip of the arrow should be the single point of the cursor - but the actual behaviour is not that. The point is somehwere below the centre of gravity of the cursor.
Similarly, for crosshair cursor - the expectation is that the intersecting point is the cursor point. But once again - the cursor point seems to be towards the lower side.
Kindly let us know - if it is feasible to pin point the single point to the user expectation.