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Ambidexter Silver

   1.0  

X11 Mouse Theme

Score 37%
Ambidexter Silver
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.x
Downloads:  1784
Submitted:  Jan 29 2005

Description:

Here is my solution to the dilemma "bright cursor or dark cursor". A bright cursor disappears on a bright background. A dark cursor becomes invisible on a dark background. So, Ambidexter cursors are bright and dark... and bright and dark... and so on.

Not converted from anything, just an evolution of the Binary Rainbow cursors (available here) with even more colors to choose from.




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 well done

 
 by Luka21 on: Jan 29 2005
 
Score 50%

Well done! I also noticed excellent win deco and style - can you please direct me where to get them.


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 Re: well done

 
 by Maxilys on: Jan 29 2005
 
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Style is Lipstick and windeco is Alloyon but slightly patched to remove the "depressed" look.


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 i like it

 
 by necromonga on: Mar 7 2005
 
Score 50%

nice work i like this theme...


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 Rating?!?!

 
 by RegisterTHIS on: Mar 25 2008
 
Score 50%

This theme is one of the first things, I install when X and KDE are up and running. It's a good mouse cursor which helps me a lot since I tend not to see a static cursor on the screen. The symmetric for of the cursor makes imho exact working more easy.

I really can not understand the rating. This cursorset (and the others with a different colorscheme) is awesome!


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 Good, but not for me

 
 by VendettaWolf on: Jan 3 2010
 
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First of all, kudos to the author for such a nice theme. It works well, and the install script works perfectly. Good idea, better result.

That said I can't stand this theme, the repetitive blinking. For some reason it bugs the hell out of me.

Also I have a suggestion. Perhaps lean the cursor to the left (right for left-handers) like a more conventional cursor. Also a smaller size would be nice too. Just my opinion

I gave it a good rating vote and hope you and your theme get more recognition, it's a fantastic theme. Just not for me.


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