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Grounation

   0.3  

X11 Mouse Theme

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Grounation
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  67678
Submitted:  Jul 17 2004
Updated:  Nov 17 2004

Description:

moshi's Grounation cursors.
Converted from CursorXP format: http://www.deviantart.com/view/3230305/




Changelog:

0.3:
* Added left handed version by Akos Keresztes (made with FlopCursors).

0.2.1:
* More hotspot fixes by Matthias Himber.

0.2:
* Fixed hotspots by Matthias Himber.

0.1.1:
* Fixed permissions.

0.1:
* Initial release.




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 Favorite

 
 by binaerspuele on: Jul 17 2004
 
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This theme was my favorite back when I used windows. Thx a lot for bringing this to gnome.


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 Re: Favorite

 
 by dvornik on: Jul 17 2004
 
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I've uploaded another moshi cursor theme:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=14485


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 Cool Yaar

 
 by apsivam on: Jul 17 2004
 
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Hey man this stuff if really cool & amazing. I've been looking for something like this for a long time. Keep it up double cheers. Here comes a good from me.


Cheers,

--Sivam

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 Re: Cool Yaar

 
 by dvornik on: Jul 18 2004
 
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Thanks.


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 Nice!

 
 by tubatodd on: Jul 17 2004
 
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I used this theme on my WinXP machine. I'm glad to see it is available for Linux. Feel free to convert other CursorXP themes to Linux. ;)


Todd Morgan
Birmingham, AL
www.geocities.com/tubatodd/

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 SD2XC

 
 by stic on: Jul 17 2004
 
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Hey guys, have a look at this http://www.bwbohh.net/software/SD2XC :) You can easily convert CursorXP themes to xcursor format with it.


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 Re: SD2XC

 
 by tubatodd on: Jul 17 2004
 
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Sweet!! I will have to test this program out myself.


Todd Morgan
Birmingham, AL
www.geocities.com/tubatodd/

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 Re: SD2XC

 
 by dvornik on: Jul 18 2004
 
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It's a great utility. I used this tool to extract the animated cursors, but I couldn't convert the CursorXP's AppStarting.png to left_ptr_watch with it.
So finally I used the B.A.S.E's build script.


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 Re: Re: SD2XC

 
 by stic on: Jul 18 2004
 
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Yep, it doesn't convert every cursor. But I'll download these cursors, so I can get all of them :)


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 I hate asking this.

 
 by SynTruth on: Jul 17 2004
 
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You have these licensed under the GPL. Did the original author also GPL or otherwise allow for them to be GPL'd? I really like these cursors, so I'd hate to see them get yanked for improper licensing. :)


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 Re: I hate asking th

 
 by dvornik on: Jul 18 2004
 
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The original cursor released under the GPL.
See: http://www.skinbase.org/rate.php?id=12457

I converted it from the CursorXP format, which released under the GPL, too.
See: http://www.deviantart.com/view/3230305/


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 :D

 
 by SynTruth on: Jul 18 2004
 
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Excellent. :D This is quickly becoming my favorite mouse theme.

I don't have a Window machine, so I'm not up on the latest things there, but these cursors are very nice.

Thanks for converting them!


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 Hmmm.

 
 by SynTruth on: Jul 17 2004
 
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Something funky. I use the KDE cursor installer (Preferences -> Peripherals -> Mouse -> Cursor Theme Tab) and they are put in the correct place. I select them, and it shows the cursor icons at the top correctly, but after restarting KDE, the only cursors that work (ie, replace the default X cursors) are the "left_ptr", "move", and "xterm". Over links, resizing windows, etc, are using the default X cursors.

Changing back to jimmac icons, and everything works fine in that theme again. Any clue on how to fix this theme?


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 Re: Hmmm.

 
 by dvornik on: Jul 18 2004
 
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I don't use KDE. Try copy it by hand.
HOWTO: http://kde-look.org/help/index.php?type=36


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 Re: Re: Hmmm.

 
 by SynTruth on: Jul 18 2004
 
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Yup, doing them by hand fixed it. Well, what I did was this:

In my .icons directory, I only had my jimmac instaltion, with a symlink of default to the jimmac directory.

Using the KDE installer put the cursors in the correct place, but I'm not sure how it pointed them them. I just changed the symlink target of default/ to point to the Grounation/ directory and restarted X. All better.


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 Re: Hmmm.

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Jul 18 2004
 
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Same problem here.


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