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Alkano serie for right handed

   1.01.00  

X11 Mouse Theme

Score 69%
Alkano serie for right handed
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Downloads:  1930
Submitted:  Mar 31 2014
Updated:  May 23 2014

Description:

Alkano serie for right handed : Black, Accent Blue Base, Accent Green Base, Orange Base, Accent Red Base and White. Available cursors size: 24, 32, 40, 48, 56 and 64 pixels. I am offering the full serie for right and left handed, with property multi sized and also as pack for those who don't like or have trouble for choose the cursor size with mouse themes multi sized.

The pointers were modified and the new pointers and animations made with Inkscape. They are an attractive pointers, for people who like this fantastic cursor theme. Cursors are looking well in both dark and clear backgrounds. I will appreciate any comments to improve this cursor theme.

It's almost flat, because only has shadow's blur and hasn't any degradated image. Has always worked fine in Gnome and Unity, and now I've added some symlinks to Steam, and everything needed for KDE with Kwin, Cinnamon, Pantheon, Xcfe.

I decided to upload it, and after will go improving it. I would like change a few things so you can expect updates. If you find any bugs, please let me know in comments section.

If you don't know how to install a mouse theme with multi sized property or to choose a cursor size, go to http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=165310, there you can see the instructions for Gnome2/3.x, Unity, KDE, Cinnamon, Pantheon and Xfce.

Thanks, and greetings,
MarkoF.




Changelog:

  • 2014 Mar v1.01 initial release.



  • LicenseCreative Commons by-nc
    (AlkanoBlack Multisized)
    (AlkanoBlue Multisized from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoGreen Multisized from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoOrange Multisized from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoRed Multisized from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoWhite Multisized from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoBlack as a pack from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoBlue as a pack from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoGreen as a pack from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoOrange as a pack from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoRed as a pack from Dropbox)
    (AlkanoWhite as a pack from Dropbox)
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     Very Good

     
     by aedrasil on: Mar 31 2014
     
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    Hello Markitos,

    the cursors are all good. And you are right: The Black Cursor looks like much better. Only the Textcursor (xTerm) is a little bit to short. The designs from the new versions are very good. The transparent circle looks fine.

    Greetings, aedrasil


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     Re: Very Good

     
     by markitos66 on: Apr 2 2014
     
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    Changes made to the Alkano, are to improve it. I replaced the cursor move and dnd-move, because when an item moves to copy it, then pop up the cursor dnd-copy, with the picture that was similar to dnd-move.
    The cursor xterm, I looked too big in relation to other cursors: changed it of 48-40 pixels, and also has new picture.


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     bad idea IMHO

     
     by janet on: Apr 2 2014
     
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    Sorry, I don't like to have all Alkano cursors in one entry, because now I cannot install different ones via newstuff, I have to choose one and only one color! Of I want to install a second color the first one uninstalls... I have to download them manually and install them... This also does mean I have to update them manually and cannot see updates for them in the newstuff area... :(

    Please re-split.


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     Re: bad idea IMHO

     
     by janet on: Apr 2 2014
     
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    Or maybe you can make two packages (and pages), for multisize and not (why is there a non-multisized version at all? It is covered with the multisized one...) - given those packages can install all colors via KDEs newstuff function.


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     Re: Re: bad idea IMHO

     
     by markitos66 on: Apr 3 2014
     
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    You have reason. I have installed KaOS on my computer, and i have that problem.
    KDE has the ability to browse and download different artwork from the OpenDesktop.org website, for add new artwork to our computers, using the Get Hot New Stuff standard, which KDE supports in its System Settings preference area.

    With multi sized versions there are no problems. But on the packs as they are various split theme sizes in a compressed file, here are problems to install them with the kde new stuff area.

    I have seen that in my Dropbox links to artworks, they not work when I select them in New Stuff Area.
    I think I should re-split my artworks - as you said me - for the reason above mentioned, and not to have to uninstall and install.

    The Packs are for those who have problems installing mouse themes multisized, i am offering the sames themes as a pack with sizes: 24, 32, 40, 48, 56 and 64 pixels. But, Im sorry, no more Packs.

    Thanks for commenting
    MarkoF.


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     How can I ?

     
     by darkeye90 on: Jun 12 2014
     
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    Thanks for your aweasome cursors.

    How can I convert http://www.wincustomize.com/ cursor to GNU/Linux cursor.

    thanks.


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     Re: How can I ?

     
     by markitos66 on: Jun 13 2014
     
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    You must first download it. But exist a issue: the file downloaded has a .cursorFX file extension.
    The cursorFX file extension is associated with a program for customizing cursors in Windows called CursorFX, developed and sold by Stardock.

    A *.cursorFX file contains a cursor theme which when applied to the system completely overhauls cursors and mouse effects in Windows.

    Free version of CursorFX offers only some features that are part of a *.cursorFX theme. Mouse effects for example are only available in Pro version of the product.

    Extract images of the subject, and builds the topic regularly.

    If you want do it, still after all, i can help you to build it.
    Thanks.


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     Re: Re: How can I ?

     
     by darkeye90 on: Jun 13 2014
     
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    thank you for reply.


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