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Maya Serie

   2.0.0  

X11 Mouse Theme

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Downloads:  6173
Submitted:  Aug 5 2014
Updated:  Aug 28 2014

Description:

Maya Serie for Righties X11 mouse theme with available cursors size: 24, 32, 40, 48, 56 and 64 pixels. Available couple colours: Black (black pure, gray 6), Blue (accent blue, accent blue base), Green (accent green base, accent green shadow), Orange (orange base, orange shadow) and White ( white pure, grey 1). I am offering the full serie for right and left handed, with property multi sized and also as pack for those who don't like or have trouble for choose the cursor size with mouse themes multi sized.

The pointers were made with Inkscape. Cursors are look well in both, dark and clear backgrounds. I will appreciate any comments to improve this cursor theme.

It isn't completely flat, because the images has gradients; no blurs and no shadows. Works fine in Gnome and Unity, and I've added some symlinks to Steam, and everything needed for KDE with Kwin, Cinnamon, Pantheon, Xcfe.

I decided to upload it, and after i will improving it. I would like change a few things so you can expect updates. If you find any bugs, please let me know in comments section.
If you don't know how to install a mouse theme with multi sized property or to choose a cursor size, go to http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=164300, there you can see the instructions for Gnome2/3.x, Unity, KDE, Cinnamon, Pantheon and Xfce.

Thanks,
Marko Haro.




Changelog:

  • 2014 Aug 17 v2.0.0 I fixed all problems about aliasing. Icons have 10% less transparency. Now they look better. Modified the following icons: ew-resize, ns-resize, nwse-resize, nesw-resize, fleur, grabbing and progress.

  • 2014 Aug 14 v1.0.0 All icons have been redrawn. Included four new colours.

  • 2014 Aug 09 v0.7.5 i fixed design error, only for 32 pixels, for the following icons: crosshair, text and vertical-text.

  • 2014 Aug 09 v0.7.4 i modified the text, vertical-text and crosshair icons, because they were very blurry, and also in white backgrounds they did not look well.

  • 2014 Aug 08 v0.7.1 i modified fleur and grabbing icons.

  • 2014 Aug 07 v0.6.9 I included some legacy links and symbolic links. Now works best under any desktop environment, cited above.

  • 2014 Aug 07 v0.6.8 i included new sizes: 56 and 64 pixels. Some icon modifications: dnd-link, dnd-ask, dnd-copy, dnd-move, dnd-none, color-picker, context-menu and grabbing.

  • 2014 Aug 07 v0.4.2 Almost all icons have been redrawn. Included new sizes: 40 and 48 pixels.

  • 2014 Aug 05 v0.2.2 i included theme for lefties and themes for both as pack.

  • 2014 Aug 05 v0.1.1 i included 24 pixels new size. Fixed crosshair's hotspot.

  • 2014 Aug 05 v0.0.1 initial release.



  • LicenseLGPL
    (Maya-Black Multisized)
    (Maya-Blue Multisized)
    (Maya-Green Multisized)
    (Maya-Orange Multisized)
    (Maya-White Multisized)
    (Maya-Black Package)
    (Maya-Blue Package)
    (Maya-Green Package)
    (Maya-Orange Package)
    (Maya-White Package)
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     Great shape, clean lines

     
     by IamJustUs on: Aug 9 2014
     
    Score 63%

    Marko,
    I have been following your development of this
    pointer theme, each update an wonderful improvement.
    Just love the nice clean lines and being able to
    adjust the size. Now all I need is a few different
    color choices ;)

    Thanks, for making this pleasant theme.
    also, thanks for your meticulous care in
    creating all your themes, as I know for sure
    each and everyone will work as it should.


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     Re: Great shape, clean lines

     
     by markitos66 on: Aug 9 2014
     
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    P Scott,
    Thanks for your comments. This pointer theme, was developed and was published differently that all my themes. First with 32 pixel icons and go correcting, adding new sizes, and so on. Also there are the theme for lefties.

    Color options would be wonderful. If you could give me an idea of those colors I'd appreciate it.

    Thanks again, and I hope your help,
    Marko Haro.


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     Re: Re: Great shape, clean lines

     
     by IamJustUs on: Aug 11 2014
     
    Score 63%

    Marko,

    Okay, whipped out gcolor2, a couple of my themes,
    some screenshots of collected web items, buttons
    ect.

    Here is a list of a few color combo's.
    Some fill and outline may have to be switched,
    to look right, or maybe, it might be easier to
    just colorize the whole pointer.

    I noticed that the pointer, has some transparency
    so it might be more apparent with some of the
    lighter colors.

    A green ?
    fill color = #798560
    outline color = #DAE6C3

    A red ?
    fill color = #AA1C1C
    outline color = #AD8C50

    A sun yellow ?
    fill color = #FFE888
    outline color = #6B635C

    A perriwinkle ?
    fill color = #B27CFF
    outline color = #7D7380

    A brown ?
    fill color = #4D4841
    outline color = #C5C5C5

    A sky blue ?
    fill color = #B0C4CD
    outline color = #4DC4FF

    Tried to keep the saturation down in most of
    the fill colors, but really have no idea, how
    it would look as a pointer theme.

    Anyway, I will leave that in your expert hands.

    Again thanks for sharing this theme.


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     Re: Re: Re: Great shape, clean lines

     
     by markitos66 on: Aug 12 2014
     
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    Dear P Scott,
    After reading your broad idea of colors for this theme, I have decided for now to build this pointer theme using the white color. I will order my ideas to choice the colors most used in these types of issues, as they are: green, orange and blue.
    I appreciate your ideas of colors proposed by you, and the advice about the icons's transparencies.

    If you wish to participate in the choice of colors, I will send you a link to download the icons's images, before building it. What do you think?

    Thank you,
    Marko Haro.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Great shape, clean lines

     
     by IamJustUs on: Aug 15 2014
     
    Score 63%

    Sounds good Marko!


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Great shape, clean lines

     
     by markitos66 on: Aug 15 2014
     
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    Dear P Scott
    Glad you liked the different colours of the mouse themes.

    Thanks for reply,
    Marko Haro.


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     Orange Theme

     
     by dewman12 on: Aug 15 2014
     
    Score 63%

    Looks great. i have Linux Mint,and up to date.Cursor works good on Firefox,and desktop etc. so far.Cursor theme does not work on Google Chrome.All i get is the tiny default cursor.Other than that so far it looks great.Yellow is my favorite color.This is close to that color so Thanke You for sharing your theme.
    dewman12


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     Re: Orange Theme

     
     by markitos66 on: Aug 15 2014
     
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    There are applications that works only with the default cursor, as Chromium Web Browser and Google Chrome. If you don't make Maya-Orange as default cursor, you always will see the default cursor, and the cursor-size default.

    In your case, it seems that your default cursor is DMZ-Black with 24 pixels as cursor size. You see the main cursor (the black arrow) , text cursor, grabbing cursor (closedhand) and hand2 cursor (pointing_hand).


    What do you must do after select Maya-Orange cursor theme with tweak-tools, ubuntu-tweak, or another Desktop Settings Tool?

    You must edit, as root, the index.theme system file located in /usr/share/icons/default, changing the name present after of "=", sign to theme's name.

    Use next command:
    sudo gedit /usr/share/icons/default/index.theme

    Save, close and reboot. That's all.

    Thanks for comments, Marko Haro.


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     Re: Re: Orange Theme

     
     by dewman12 on: Aug 15 2014
     
    Score 63%

    default cursor changed but default size is still 24px while using google chrome


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     Re: Re: Re: Orange Theme

     
     by markitos66 on: Aug 16 2014
     
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    Dear Jerry Frazee,
    Look, I don't have found something to resolve the change of default cursor size in linux Mint. Are you working with Cinnamon Desktop Environment?

    My recommendation is, for a while, that you download Maya-Orange as Package. If you like the cursor-size 40, by example, then install Maya-Orange40, and you never will have no problems with the default cursor size, because will be 40px.

    Here is the link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hdanokeyekisuhs/Maya-OrangeP.tgz

    When I find the way to do with mouse theme multi sized, I will tell you how to do it.

    Thanks,
    Marko Haro.


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     Re: Re: Re: Orange Theme

     
     by IamJustUs on: Aug 16 2014
     
    Score 63%

    Jerry,
    You may find this Arch wiki helpful,
    Xresources is a user-level configuration dotfile, typically located at ~/.Xresources. It can be used to set X resources, which are configuration parameters for X client applications.
    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/x_resources

    for example here is mine> you can do many more things, but I just set some general guides and do the rest through lxappearance.
    ! Xft settings ---------------------------------------------------------------
    !! dpi: 96, 102, 120 and fractional
    !! easily find the dpi of any screen http://dpi.lv/ or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_pitch
    Xft.dpi: 112
    Xft.antialias: true
    Xft.rgba: rgb
    Xft.hinting: full
    Xft.hintstyle: hintslight
    Xcursor.size: 40
    !! 64,56,48,40,32,24 or 16 pixels

    please note you will have to restart your desktop
    enviroment or window manager for these changes
    to take affect.


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     cursor size

     
     by dewman12 on: Aug 16 2014
     
    Score 63%

    i use cinnamon Desktop. With all updates cursor theme is Maya-Orange64 . i have used dconf editor to change the defallt size cursor icon to 64 . works good but when it is used on Ghoogle Chrome it shows the rite theme as default in icons defalt file.But mouse pointer is a 24px .i like them big on 32in tv at 64px. i have about 15 mouse themes all do the same thing. Do u know why ?


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     Re: cursor size

     
     by IamJustUs on: Aug 16 2014
     
    Score 63%

    Jerry,
    I do not use Chrome or Chromium, but I went
    ahead and installed google-Chrome36.0.1985.143.
    Set my .Xdefaults or .Xresourses to
    Xcursor.size: 64
    restarted my desktop and opened Chrome,
    wala a big huge pointer.
    Then I reset the size to
    Xcursor.size: 40
    Closed Chrome and restarted my desktop
    Re-opened Chrome
    Ahh, a mid-large pointer that fits my laptop
    better.
    You are using an X11 mouse theme, would not
    it be better to control it using a X11 conf
    file rather than using dconf setting?
    So it seems Chrome is picking up your
    default X11 mouse settings rather than your
    desktop settings through dconf.

    Hope this helps


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     Re: Re: cursor size

     
     by markitos66 on: Aug 16 2014
     
    Score 50%

    Dear P Scott,
    I am using elementaryOS. What's the yours?

    On the page description, I give a link for those who don't know how install a mouse theme with multisized property. That link is http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=164300

    Textually for gnome or Unity:
    4- To update the cursor theme and cursor size: Search for and install Dconf Editor in Software Center.
    5- Use next Command, changing theme's name and the current cursor size to your custom cursor size xx. Could also use 24, 32, 40, 48 or 56 pixels.

    gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface cursor-theme ThemeName && gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface cursor-size xx

    If you wish choose the cursor theme and cursor size, using the Dconf editor graphic interface (GUI), then launch it, an go org-->gnome-->desktop-->interface.

    6- Finally, create or edit the ~/.Xresources file using next command:
    gedit ~/.Xresources

    Add the following two lines. Change ThemeName and xx to match size defined in previous step:
    Xcursor.theme: ThemeName
    Xcursor.size: xx


    7- Save, close and reboot.


    If are using Cinnamon, on point 5 change gnome by cinnamon.

    That works well for me under Pantheon Desktop Environment, but i don't know under Cinnamon: If anybody proof, I hope for reply.

    Thanks,
    Marko Haro.


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     cursor size

     
     by dewman12 on: Aug 16 2014
     
    Score 63%

    i got it fixed. added 64 to maya-orange in icons/default file.Da.all woks good. i use firefox as default.only use chrome as a way to play pool with flash player. i have not got it to work in firefox but that is for another forum.thank u for ur help and your time.I am working on an icon theme called Steampunk. Keep on Theming.


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     Nice theme

     
     by bluedxca93 on: Aug 29 2014
     
    Score 63%

    Hi,
    a really nice big cursor theme. ! Love the colors and its design a lot.
    regards bluedxca93


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     Re: Nice theme

     
     by markitos66 on: Aug 29 2014
     
    Score 50%

    Hi,
    Thanks for your comments, I appreciate it.
    On the other hand, I see welcome that your theme Red&Orange is working very well, and is being happily accepted: congratulations for this great theme.

    Sincerely,
    Marko Haro.


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     green and orange

     
     by fenario on: Aug 30 2014
     
    Score 63%

    Hi Marko
    I love your green and also the orange cursor. It goes nicely with my purple gtk theme.Thanks a lot man.
    regards fenario


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     Re: green and orange

     
     by markitos66 on: Aug 30 2014
     
    Score 50%

    I appreciate your comments flattering for Maya. It is my honor to receive so many comments of acceptance for this mouse theme. I appreciate your fine attention.

    Thanks,
    Marko Haro.


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