How do I change the text cursor in my Python outputs?

In all of my text-based Python programs, the text cursor in the output is shown as a big, white rectangle rather than the traditional blinking vertical line. I want to know how to switch from the solid rectangle to the blinking vertical line. This option is not in the Setting menu, so how do I change the (text) cursor?

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Well, it depends on the terminal, not the shell. Some terminal (like the GNOME Terminal) allows you to change the terminal cursor. But as far as I know, you cannot change the terminal cursor in the Repl terminal.


@Wumi4 I do know that crosh (the terminal that comes preinstalled on Chrome OS) allows you to change the terminal cursor.