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Resizeable Tux Cursor!

   0.4  

X11 Mouse Theme

Score 71%
Resizeable Tux Cursor!
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Resizeable Tux Cursor!
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Resizeable Tux Cursor!
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  20849
Submitted:  Mar 11 2003
Updated:  Mar 17 2003

Description:

so here is another improved version of TuxCursor.

i decided to make a completely new upload because the look of tux has changed.
the face is now more like the original tux, as requested.

but personally i prefer the agressive look of tux in the original cursor.

on the other side this cursor is even cuter...
decide on your own ;)

for instructions, reasons and credits take a look at the other tuxcursor.

*additional info*
RESIZING FINALLY WORKS!
some users asked about simple resizing.
i finally found a way to do it easy.

create an '.Xdefaults' file in your home directory and add the following lines:

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Xcursor.size: 32
Xcursor.theme: tuxcursor
-------

Availiable Sizes: 32 (small), 48 (medium), 64 (big, but max. detail)

Be sure to check to cool animated hourglass i redid for the waitcursor!
Tux is in the hourglass and gets some Spinning :) just cool




Changelog:

0.4: finally resizeable!
added animated hourglass ; )
licensed under the GPL
thanks to Ralf Nolden (kde.org) for
license advice.
0.3: made the face cuter
0.2: added dropshadows
0.1: initial release



License:
licensed under the GPL
see:http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
for more info.

Dont worry, its still free.
GPL license is just that M$ doesnt steal the ideas ; )


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 "reliable" resizing?

 
 by Interneci on: Mar 21 2003
 
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Hi!

I still have not completely figured out how to reliably use Xcursor themes. If I configure the theme via X ressources, it's only partially used, depending on where I point in my apps. If I configure it using index.theme, its used everywhere.

I added a Size=32 below the "Inherits=" line there which seems to work more or less, however some of the icons look too big, eg. the "pointing" tux is quite a bit larger than the animated "standard" tux. The animated hourglass is simply huge. Is this the way it's meant to or am I doing something wrong?


Additionally a suggestion: IMHO it's no too good idea to make the standard cursor animated. How about adding a variant of this theme with a static default cursor that just gets "into action" if changed to a special cursor (eg. make the "pointing tux" cursor animated, instead of the default cursor.) Or publish this theme's sources so I can modify it myself. :-)


Anyway, thanks alot for this really innovative and funny theme! :-)


Greetings,

Interneci


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 i know

 
 by MasterSeven on: Mar 23 2003
 
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you are doing nothing wrong.
its meant that way.
in 32x32 size mode the hand cursor is
a little bit larger, thats just to make
it more visible when something is
interactive.
its meant to pop out a bit.
like tux stepping a little step foreward
to show you the link :)

the hourglass is still in designing
progress and therefore 64x64. its a bit huge (depending on your resolution ;) ) but if it would be smaller you wouldnt be able to see details any more...
its difficult to satisfy everybodys wishes, some want more animation, some want less.

im going to release the sources soon,
so everybody can mess around with tux theirself, hehe


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 wait/hourglass idea

 
 by nephros on: Mar 25 2003
 
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Just a suggestion for a "hourglass" cursor:

Instead of the current one, why not Tux somersaulting from left to right?

I think that would be very cute, and also, I don't like the hourglass metaphor that much. (The squeezin Tux is good, though)


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 thank you

 
 by pippi on: Mar 26 2003
 
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hi there,

thank you very much for your work and affords, it's this cursortheme i will use from now on.

greetings from sweden

pippi


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 Other WMs

 
 by Cyyb on: Mar 26 2003
 
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just so you know. this cursor theme is a little screwed up when using any of the *box window managers.

they (the *box WMs) use the: ll_angle and lr_angle for resizing windows. i had to copy (by trial and error other files over those 2 files to get it to match the rest of the theme otherwise i got the default (old) X cursors for window resizing.

also - what file name is the "hourglass" and the main (arrow) cursor?

are they editable? i'd like to be able to open them in the gimp but i tried and it didn't work.

-thanks in advance.

PS: you should post this on themes.org as well :)


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 *box WMs

 
 by MasterSeven on: Apr 3 2003
 
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sorry can`t test in all WMs
temporarely limited to KDE.
when i release the source pngs
you will be able to fix it.

i also have to guess cursornames...
main cursor is: left_ptr


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