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Red Hat Linux 9 black shadow cursor

  

X11 Mouse Theme

Score 60%
Link:  http://
Downloads:  14461
Submitted:  Apr 7 2003

Description:

This is the mouse theme that comes with Red Hat Linux 9.

To use (you must have xfree 4.3!)

untar the files and put them in the folder

~/.icons/default

have fun!



License:
GPL probably

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 Probably ??!

 
 by Ryo99 on: Apr 7 2003
 
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Dude, i can see RH guys suying this site ;)


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 Re: Probably ??!

 
 by gardengnome on: Apr 7 2003
 
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I couldn't, seeing as how Red Hat Linux is composed completely of free software.

;)


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 Re: Probably ??!

 
 by Reivec on: Sep 23 2003
 
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It is GPL, so long as you don't try to say it is some official redhat package, you are fine.


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 nice

 
 by uga on: Apr 7 2003
 
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They have done a nice work actually. Cute cursors, and really usable and visible.

10 out of 10 :-)


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 resize

 
 by mbyrom on: Jul 11 2003
 
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Nice theme, but looks a little small on my resolution. Any ideas on how to make the cursors larger in KDE?


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 Awesome!

 
 by rsax on: Dec 19 2003
 
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This is exactly what I was looking for. I am running SuSE 9.0 with WindowMaker. One question though..... how can i set it up so the hour glass cursor appears when any application is loading? Currently the hour glass only appears when I click on a link in Mozilla while the page is being loaded. If I choose to start another application from the WindowMaker menu then only the normal arrow cursor is displayed. I remember in Redhat 9 the hour glass cursor appeared whenever the system was busy loading an application regardless of which window manager or desktop environment was being used. Also Redhat's hourglass was animated, it would keep turning upside down. Any way of setting that up on non-Redhat distributions? Great theme!!


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 Fix

 
 by Raeth on: Jan 17 2006
 
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I like the RedHat cursors very much.

I made this theme installable (as opposed to copying folders) by decompressing, putting the files in a folder, then compressing that folder.


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