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Red Dot Cursors - Cursor Theme for X

   0.6.1  

X11 Mouse Theme

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Red Dot Cursors - Cursor Theme for X
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Red Dot Cursors - Cursor Theme for X
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  20016
Submitted:  Jan 28 2003
Updated:  Oct 15 2003

Description:

Red dot cursor is just that: a cursor theme with red dots :)

Now designed to work with the upcoming KDE 3.2!

The sources and some docs are included in the package so you can use it to create your own theme.

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Thanks to fredrikh who has provided the necessary information to complete this set for KDE.




Changelog:

15/10/2003:
* The upcoming KDE 3.2 includes a new easy install system for cursors.

The file was modified accordingly to follow this new standard. Just go to kcontrol->Peripherals->Mouse->Cursor Theme->Install New Theme... and select the file you just downloaded.

Just that simple!


14/03/2003:
* Changed install directory to ~/.icons/reddot. Now it's much cleaner




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 U should ...

 
 by scrooge on: Oct 16 2003
 
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...put a Xkill icon,something like crystal icon set!
Thanx for your work!


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 problem

 
 by Malexx on: Nov 18 2003
 
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anybody got the default cursor and bussy cursor to work with suse 9.0?


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 Re: problem

 
 by Bello on: Dec 2 2003
 
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Same here. With 9.0 the arrow doesn't work... :(((((

I think we must rename the arrows, but I don't know how to call them.


Bye!


Stupids are always more ingeniouses than the precautions taken for preventing them to damage.
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 Re: problem

 
 by frankqn1 on: Dec 3 2003
 
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First you have to copy as root the "RedDot" folder in
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/icons/.
Then edit the file
/etc/sysconfig/windowmanager
in the line
X_MOUSE_CURSOR="..."
to
X_MOUSE_CURSOR="RedDot".
Now log out and log in as your default user, that's all.


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 Re: Re: problem

 
 by Bello on: Dec 9 2003
 
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Many thanks!! For a system wide, it works!!! :)!! Is it possible to have a single user installation for the theme?

Thanks!!


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 Re: Re: Re: problem

 
 by frankqn1 on: Dec 10 2003
 
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Sorry!
I only found this way to set a x11 mouse theme globally as default. On SuSE 9.0 the installation in "~/.kde/icons" doesn't work correctly.


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