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CursorCraft

   0.2  

X11 Mouse Theme

Score 64%
CursorCraft
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CursorCraft
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CursorCraft
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  14115
Submitted:  Mar 11 2003
Updated:  Jun 17 2003

Description:

This cursor set just RESEMBLES the cursor set in the famous game: StarCraft

just run the install.sh script, and the set will be installed on ~/.icons/CursorCraft
add a file .Xdefaults to your home directory if not exist, and these two line into it:
Xcursor.theme: CursorCraft
Xcursor.size: 39
then restart X and enjoy it!

I'v made a part of the whole set, so any comment are welcome! In fact, this set is ported from the one I use in Windows. The number of the cursors of Windows is less than that of X, So can anyone give me some advice to finish the rest.

special thanks to uga at:
http://www.kde-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=uga
for his/her good manual.




Changelog:

0.2:
Shadow added.
0.1:
Initial version.



License:
do NOT use it for any commercial purpose

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 A little bug.

 
 by rumcho on: Jul 24 2003
 
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It's a great cursor and I am using it but it has a little bug. when I use konqueror under KDE if I drag a frame border on a web page with frames and release the mouse button the cursor doesn't change back to its original form but keeps looking like this " " as if I am over the frame border or as if I am still dragging the frame border but I am not.
It doesn't show the cursor but the default one if I am in Mozilla for example, only sometimes. That's kind of weird too.
Other than that great work!


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 Re: A little bug.

 
 by goldenstone on: Aug 1 2003
 
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I think this bug is due to QT or KDE, not X. Does the bug still exist when you change the cursor to something else?


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 Re: Re: A little bug.

 
 by rumcho on: Aug 4 2003
 
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Hm, you are correct. I just changed my cursor to another one and it did it again. Oh, well, I guess we pray this bug gets fixed for the next KDE release, hopefully by KDE 3.2 at the latest...
I am changing back to cursorcraft now :).
R.


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 For only XFree86 4.3

 
 by youngbu on: Jul 29 2003
 
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Hum..
It seems to work for only XFree86 4.3.
I'm using XFree86 4.2, there isn't xcursorgen command. So, I can't complete install.sh.
Only XFree86 4.3 has xcursorgen command.
so, To use this theme, I decided to upgrade XFree86 4.2 to 4.3. |-)

Regards.


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 Nice

 
 by cyan00391 on: May 5 2004
 
Score 50%


Hey
These Icons are
pretty good


--Naresh
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 nice

 
 by fishi on: Jul 14 2004
 
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Nice cursors, really fits in with my matrix kind of look kde. The only thing is can't you add some other cursor for when you hold over links, that white hand doesn't really look very good.
Nice work! XD


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 How to install ?

 
 by robinswan on: Sep 28 2005
 
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I would like to know more detail how to installing in gnome, Debian sarege 3.1 stable.

I following the installation document,
but the CursorCraft cursor juet appear a few piece of time while gnome initializing.
when gnome have launched,
the cursor theme return the X11 default theme --- core!

why? how to do is right for the theme?


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