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Alpha Cursors

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X11 Mouse Theme

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Alpha Cursors
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Alpha Cursors
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  4796
Submitted:  Mar 28 2005
Updated:  Apr 7 2005

Description:

I always wanted a set of true alpha-blended cursors for linux, but there were none available.
This is a set created by xsx@gamearena.it. Converted to linux X11 format by Garak.
These are true translucent (see-thru) cursors, they look great.

nVidia users may want to enable HWCursor and Render_Accel in nvidia's xorg.conf section for best performance/no flickering.

Just unzip & run ./build.sh to install.




Changelog:

Rebuilt cursors so all hotspots should be fixed.




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 Nice...

 
 by AntonioFasolato on: Mar 31 2005
 
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Really nice, but the hotspot of the cursors seems a little bit off-focus.

It may be me though.


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 Re: Nice...

 
 by Garak128 on: Apr 7 2005
 
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Yea I noticed some and fixed them. Which ones are still wrong?

The resize ones seem a bit odd in linux, yea.. But i think the hotspots are right, they just have a small zone.


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 Two mice up

 
 by gralbe on: Aug 20 2005
 
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I really like this. I can honestly say I never though about having the different pointer states be represented merely by color.

I'm not certain I like the cursor used over text. This is on a decent quality LCD (notebook) and it can be a bit hard to notice the cursor when it's over text.

Anyway, at this time, I can't image using a theme that did more that change just the color.


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 Nice cursors

 
 by Zeer on: Apr 6 2006
 
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These are great.


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 Well done

 
 by catweasel on: Jun 13 2006
 
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Great stuff


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 very elegant

 
 by zombie on: Jan 31 2007
 
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