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Flat White Mouse with Shadow

   0.3a  

X11 Mouse Theme

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Flat White Mouse with Shadow
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Flat White Mouse with Shadow
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  7372
Submitted:  May 28 2003
Updated:  Jun 16 2003

Description:

Here's an adaption of the 3DCursors posted by haydar. I gimped them flat and white with a tiny shadow. I know, nothing special, but more contrast than whiteglass.

(btw. if haydar did not copy and paste it from windows, I haven't done that,too - so this theme shouldn't violate any law, trademark or whatever)

INSTALL:

unzip it,
change into the "source"-directory,
type "make install"


(Installation, Makefile etc. are borrowed from the yellow-dot-cursors)




Changelog:

first version: canceled because i found it's ugly

version 0.2: made the shadows a bit thinner and lighter, think it looks OK now

version 0.3: changed the shadows again, updated screenshot

0.3a: made package smaller




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 Actually i have .,.

 
 by aktush on: Jun 16 2003
 
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I just found out i have KDE 3.0.5 does that affect the cursors?


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 Re: Actually i have

 
 by gottesbuehren on: Jun 16 2003
 
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Hi. I don't think that, because the cursor is drawn by X, not KDE. don't know what's up with bsd, i'm running linux.
perhaps you could delete all the files in ./cursors and then try to "make install" in ./sources again ...? sorry, that i can't help more :-(


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  Flat White Mouse wi

 
 by mysterious on: Oct 16 2004
 
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Brilliant! I recently migrated from window$ XP and I hate the fat KDE i-beam cursors. Yours is perfect for me. Many thanks and keep up the good work.


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 Perfect...

 
 by TheRedBurn on: Dec 10 2004
 
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I was using the cursor from asifalirizwaan, which don't include all the cursors (by example the sand glass).
I think I've found the perfect one.
And I agree with mysterious.
Thanks!


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 Finally

 
 by stevemurphy on: Feb 27 2005
 
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A usable white cursor theme in X. I tried using several of the white cursor themses that came with MEPIS and had a very difficult time distinguishing the cursor from the the window behind it. This theme shows up nicely since it has a black border. I also like the thinner I-beam. Keep up the good work!


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 brilliant

 
 by antis on: Aug 8 2005
 
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I just want to congratulate you on a great job. Simplicity is the best way to go.

Keep it up!


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 This is so excellent

 
 by dannybuntu on: Apr 25 2008
 
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This is so so excellent. For some reason it also made me "feel" as if my computer was actually faster. Really. The fat default linux cursors with the curser things and fat hand just doesnt cut it. This one does! Cheers hurray!


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