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Ecliz (port)

  

X11 Mouse Theme

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Ecliz (port)
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  103336
Submitted:  Mar 9 2008
Updated:  May 11 2008

Description:

This is only a port from a cursorxp theme made by JJ. Ying. All credit goes to him.

http://yingjunjiu.deviantart.com/art/Ecliz-Cursors-33874746




Changelog:

--uploaded
--fixed the index.theme
--added the full size version

Sorry for the (rather long) wait on the full sized ones. They really are big and I didn't think many people liked that. Let me know how they work, I somewhat forgot exactly the changes I had to do for a perfect port.



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 A very beginner...:)

 
 by penguinfoot on: May 23 2008
 
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I am very sorry to ask such a stupid question but how do i install the cursors !! ???
i have copied the ecliz folder to the ~/.icons/ folder ... then, what should i do !! ???


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 install?

 
 by zopiac on: May 26 2008
 
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i installed via clickanddrag to appearence prefs, set as current cursor, relogged in, but the only time it (ecliz full) shows up is when in opera and when doing animations (links, close, resize)


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 Re: install?

 
 by PurposeOfReason on: May 28 2008
 
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That can happen if you're using compiz. You have to change the icon theme in the ccsm preferences to nothing. Also, you can try my trick on the first page of comments.


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 Install

 
 by Fadetoz on: Jun 10 2008
 
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I finally got this installed but ended up using a script found on another courser download. I modified it and it works great. Just double click the install script and say RUN in terminal.Then restart X. I can email it if you want to post it instead or look at it for implementation.


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 How to Install cursor themes

 
 by Arkashkin on: Oct 12 2008
 
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Go to -> System -> Preferences -> Appearance

and drop your just downloaded file on the "theme" tab.

* no need to un-archive the content from the compressed file.

that's it.

Work's for me in Ubuntu 8.04 and 8.10.
Sorry for my bad english.


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 Re: How to Install cursor themes

 
 by jony on: Oct 30 2008
 
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ye, I did so but it only works in some apps but not in whole system. is it possible to apply it to all?


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 Re: Re: How to Install cursor themes

 
 by Arkashkin on: Oct 30 2008
 
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If you use compiz, you should configure compiz for that cursor too... you should look for this option in compiz configurations window... and if you mean that the cursor doesn't change while you run software on WINE then it's still not implemented in it.


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 Re: Re: Re: How to Install cursor themes

 
 by jony on: Oct 31 2008
 
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yep, it did helps. thanks alot for advice. btw in wine apps it works to.


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 Best mouse pointer ever

 
 by jimbro727 on: Oct 28 2008
 
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Easily the best mouse pointer I've ever used. I'd like to give a big THANK YOU to the developer(s). This thing is gorgeous, and I love how the different pointers are just different effects of the same pointer. I especially love the waiting pointer. Very, very nice job!


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 !!!!!!

 
 by theapokalypsis on: Nov 15 2008
 
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simply amazing. finally got it working. If anyone has any issues with it not showing up after dragging and droppping in the appearance theme tab; I had to apply the theme (and not keep current) or it would not show up. most likely a local computer issue lol, but in case it helps.


this will be my go to pointer for a while! :D


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 Re: !!!!!!

 
 by SkyValley on: Dec 16 2008
 
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Another thing you can do if the mouse isn't showing up is to run gconf-editor, then desktop -> gnome -> peripherals -> mouse and change cursor_theme to the name of the mouse theme folder in .icons. Bit of a pain in the arse to do every time, but easier than to keep reinstalling the mouse theme.


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