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crystal xcursors

   1.1.1  

X11 Mouse Theme

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Link:  Link
Downloads:  186307
Submitted:  May 20 2003
Updated:  Sep 15 2005

Description:

X11 mouse theme with the crystal look&feel,there are four versions in the package.




Changelog:

CrystalCursors 1.1.1:
-this release only fixes some hot spot-related bugs into the left-handed version.
Many thanks to Markus Bauer and Bastian Venthur for the report and patch.

CrystalCursors 1.1:
this release fixes only the build system, changes includes:
-in left handed themes the symmetric cursors aren't flipped anymore
-now it's finally possible to install the cursors system-wide:
all you have to do is to edit the Makefile and change the first line
export PREFIX=$(HOME)/.icons/ with a properdirectory, usually
export PREFIX=/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/icons is a good choice,
that should also make simpler to build rpms and other packages

CrystalCursors 1.0:
-corrected the green version of copy cursor
-now the colorize.sh script produces a veery better result
(and is fairly slower, btw :-))

CrystalCursors 0.9:
-corrected a little asymmetry in the left pointers
-all themes have an almost autogenerated left-handed (i.e. flipped) version

CrystalCursors 0.8:
-modified the shiny effect of the hands
-all borders of the 32x32 versionnow are more sharp
-remade all the shadows of the white version
CrystalCursors 0.7:
-a 32x32 version of wach cursor theme(useful for very big screen
resolutions) to enable it set the environment variable XCURSOR_SIZE=32
-watch busy cursor updated with the one in the current crystal icons
-green theme reworked
-lighter shadows
-reworked all the svg images
-little modification in colorize.sh(thanks to Tika)




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 by Richardve on: May 21 2003
 
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After those moments of praise and joy, here's a bit critical post, sorry :)

I really like the idea of having a Crystal cursor set, but these images are a bit fuzzy, do not have correct shades and they don't really give me that nice Crystal feeling (especially that hand cursor).

I think they could be much better when recreating them using a vector drawing app (please correct me if I'm wrong, but to me, it looks like you've used a normal image editor (like GIMP)).

Also, cut != move ;)

Keep up the good work though, the idea is great and I'm looking forward to future improvements of this theme :)


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 by mart on: May 21 2003
 
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some of these cursors were made with sodipodi(there are some svg in source directory), but i didn't like how sodipodi exported them, so i edited the image with the gimp to give them a sharper look.

i would know how the new cristalsvg icons(like the new folder icon) were exported to png, that effect is very good.


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 Awesome

 
 by yf12s on: May 21 2003
 
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You don't know how long I've waited for such a theme. This is about how I'd expect it to be for Crystal.


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 Great 1st release

 
 by aergern on: May 21 2003
 
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I really like this cursor set. I'm using it in fact.

The ONLY problem I can see is that if you start a GUI program as root and you move the pointer over that app or use it's popdown menus then it reverts back to the plain old black X cursor.

I installed the theme into root's home directory and the cursor doesn't revert to the default X version. I don't know if this is normal but I never noticed it before with some of the other themes.

But other then that..great job. :)


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 grayscale xcursors

 
 by BoBMaRLiN on: May 21 2003
 
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Cursors are really wonderfull
but I like grayscale themes...

And I wrote a litte script which do from this crystal xcursors grayscale cursors (ImageMagick need):

$ tar -zxf crystalcursors.tar.gz
$ cd Crystalcursors
$ cp -r sources gray_sources
$ for a in `find sources -name *.png`; do convert -colorspace GRAY $a gray_$a ; done

and at gray_sources we have grayscale xcursor theme =)


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 install problem

 
 by rshimpi on: May 23 2003
 
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I followed installation procedure, but do not see the cursors. I am running Redhat 8.0

thx
-raj


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 Re: install problem

 
 by rshimpi on: May 23 2003
 
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Bummer, i am runnig XFree86 4.2 and this one needs version 4.3.


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-raj

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 How to choose?

 
 by koelschejung on: May 24 2003
 
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Where can I choose the new cursors after installing? I can only see them as root. Unfortunately I don't know what I have to change to use the cursors as user.

SuSE8.2


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 Re: How to choose?

 
 by Exdaix on: May 25 2003
 
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Make sure you follow the README instructions. All you have to do is type "make install" or, "make" then "make install", whatever you prefer. Don't do a SU before "make".


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 Re: How to choose?

 
 by PovMan on: May 28 2003
 
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read the 'How to install' section - there's a link next to the download button.


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 Re: Re: How to choose?

 
 by koelschejung on: May 28 2003
 
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Great idea ;-) But it works now. At first I installed it as root.

Regards,

Dirk


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