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SignalOS Cursors

  

X11 Mouse Theme

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SignalOS Cursors
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Downloads:  7190
Submitted:  May 11 2003
Updated:  May 11 2003

Description:

My first cursors theme... please be kind :)

For installation simply:

$ cd
$ mkdir .icons
$ cd .icons
$ tar zxvf /path/to/theme.tar.gz
$ mkdir default
$ echo "[Icon Theme]" > default/index.theme
$ echo "Inherits=signalos" >> default/index.theme

and restart your X server :)




Changelog:

Many fixes and improvements:
- fixed bottom_side cursor
- fixed symlinks
- new hand cursor (mech style)
- new xkill cursor
- new and beautiful animated watch cursor




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 thanks !

 
 by velenux on: May 13 2003
 
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Thanks for all the comments, the [good] votes and the feedback! :)

- ita256: the second release contains animated cursors with alpha blending (the watch cursor)
- ita256: I think that an install script it's not fundamental, but I'll try to include it in following releases

- yagami: try the second release! :))

- aergern and phoenix: many thanks! :D

- Deciare: I'll fix the text entry (very annoying... I'll fix asap!), for the size, read below

- zfakh: you can reduce the size for the cursor simply adding the following line to your .Xresources (it's in your home directory... if not, create it):

Xcursor.size: 32

(and, of course, logout & login)

try also 36 or 48... this should scale nicely, drop me a note if so :)

**************************
** CALL FOR FEATURES **
**************************

what features do you want / need in the next release? let me know!!!


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 doesn´t work ...

 
 by rahab on: May 13 2003
 
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I just installed xfree86 4.3 and followed your instructions for installation.
But still it doesn´t work....


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 Re: doesn't work

 
 by velenux on: May 14 2003
 
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rahab: which distribution are you using?


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 Re: Re: doesn't work

 
 by rahab on: May 15 2003
 
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Currently Im on Debian-SID...


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 Re: doesn´t wor

 
 by ita256 on: May 14 2003
 
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Guess why I recommended to make an install script or a self-installing package ;-)


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 Where is the theme??

 
 by Tonberry1 on: Jul 8 2003
 
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I downloaded that package of cursors, but I can't find the index.theme file! Where it should be? Is it invisible? where do I get it? and I did just like there was told that installation with console, it said there is no such file that index.theme!


I'm a noob linuxer :(
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 Re: Where is the the

 
 by velenux on: Jul 11 2003
 
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You can just create it...


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 too big

 
 by lootux on: Dec 9 2003
 
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nice I use it
but really too big !
I tried .Xresources bur nothing
the write cursor is also misplaced
sometimes hard

I really enjoy it but wait for these improvements


Lootux
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 Some suggestions

 
 by Yama on: Jun 19 2004
 
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Great theme. Just a few suggestions:

1. The cursors are far too big. Please have a smaller version (32x32 would be good).

2. It would be nice if they were more translucent, like the Whiteglass theme that comes with XFree86

3. How about having versions of the theme with different colours? You could have blue, red, green, etc. variants.


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