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Aero Mouse Cursors with Drop Shadow

  

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Aero Mouse Cursors with Drop Shadow
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Aero Mouse Cursors with Drop Shadow
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Aero Mouse Cursors with Drop Shadow
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Downloads:  102820
Submitted:  Oct 14 2007
Updated:  Jan 12 2008

Description:

My first contribution ever to kde-look.org.

Note that these cursor themes use symlinks for some cursors in order to reduce the size of the theme, and because hey, why duplicate data? If you have a problem where only 1 or 2 cursors show up in the theme, then somehow, the extraction didn't work properly. I would suggest doing something like:

cd /home/yourname/.icons/
tar zxvf /path/to/theme.tar.gz

That will preserve the symlinks properly.

Also, I am aware of and understand the desire to shun anything Microsoft. I look at it like this:

* Just because Microsoft sucks doesn't mean they can't make good mouse cursors.
* It's fun to know that you can make your FOSS system look like something that people pay $150 for.
* Anything that makes new Linux people feel more comfortable with it is good.


Script to Convert CursorXP themes to X11 is available:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=72405




Changelog:

1-12-08 - Fixed some problems with the left-handed corner drag cursors, and made the wait cursor go clockwise instead of counter.

1-11-08 - Cursor sizes dramatically reduced by using symlinks for duplicates. Added left handed versions of all cursors!

12-24-07 - All themes have been updated to include a proper index.theme file. Hopefully this will resolve the problems some were having with Gnome. Let me know if you still have issues.

10-18-07 - The text selection and precision cursors are now correct in the Aero themes, with one exception: I added a 50% translucent 1px white border around those two, as I found I couldn't see the cursors against a black background.
* There were tons of extra files in the old tar.gz that I removed to make a leaner download.
* Also, of course, large cursors have been added!





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(Aero Mouse)
(Aero Mouse with Drop Shadow)
(Aero Mouse Large)
(Aero Mouse Large with Drop Shadow)
(Aero Mouse Extra Large)
(Aero Mouse Extra Large with Drop Shadow)
(Aero Mouse - Left)
(Aero Mouse with Drop Shadow - Left)
(Aero Mouse Large - Left)
(Aero Mouse Large with Drop Shadow - Left)
(Aero Mouse Extra Large - Left)
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 A Quick Question

 
 by dasGewitter on: Feb 24 2008
 
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How did you flip the theme from right to left? I'd really like to flip another theme featured here (the a0x theme) to left handed. If I knew how, I would do it myself.


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 Re: A Quick Question

 
 by Moony on: Feb 24 2008
 
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One of the features of my CursorXP to X11 theme converter is to create left handed themes. You could try that on the original CursorXP theme:

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/CursorXP+to+X11+Mouse+Theme+Converter?content=72405


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 Left Handed

 
 by bluekittenboots on: Aug 21 2008
 
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Gotta say I'm lovin the left-handed cursors. Finally feels natural to use a computer, it's only been 20 yrs.


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 Left handed too...

 
 by OrangeCrate on: Sep 7 2008
 
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Regarding the "clock"...

On the desktop, it revolves clockwise, in FF 3, it revolves counterclockwise. If possible, could you correct the clock for use within Firefox?

I understand about left handed clocks, but my head tells me that all clocks go, well, clockwise.

I'm using Ubuntu 8.04, with the Xfce WM. Firefox on both Gnome and Xfce are the same.

Thanks for all your work, it's highly appreciated.

OC


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 error in firefox 3.0.3

 
 by ivancete on: Oct 13 2008
 
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At the desktop, the theme are ok...
but in firefox 3, the clock icon is the default of the system. i read another comment and i think im not the only one who have this inssue. i hope you correct this, if possible, thanks


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 Left handed cursor

 
 by cyclotron on: Jan 17 2010
 
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Thanks for making both right and left handed cursors, I had to convert a theme I liked since no-one was doing that at the time. I'm going to investigate your click points... :)


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 Problem on Lucid

 
 by aleth on: Sep 14 2010
 
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These don't install properly on ubuntu Lucid. After an install via the Appearance preferences, the cursors can be used, but they do not appear properly in the Pointer list. The example pointer is not displayed and the entry for the cursors is not permanent - as soon as one selects another pointer theme, the entry disappears.

Any pointers on how to fix this?


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