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X11 Mouse Theme

Score 75%

Link:  http://
Downloads:  57027
Submitted:  Aug 28 2005
Updated:  Mar 6 2006


A modified and extended jaguarx fork with grayscale animated watch. Looks lika a set of standard black *X cursors, but smoothed and shadowed.

NOTE for gentoo users:
Please emerge any "xcursors" ebuild and apply the same installation instructions to this package.


1.01: new plain crossed circle and watch
1.02: new left_ptr_watch
1.03: new left_ptr_watch (once more)
1.04: crosshair and tcross hotspot fixed
1.05: better watch
1.1 : dnd cursors for GTK+-2.8
1.12: pencil, link and move added; KDE bug probably fixed.
1.12a: make.sh cleanups.
1.13: refinement
1.13a: {bd,fd}_double_arrow bug fixed (thanks to Desintegr)

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 by Cyyb on: Aug 28 2005
Score 50%

First mouse theme I have liked since Jimmac.

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 by MaxAuthority on: Aug 28 2005
Score 50%

that was exactly my thought.

Jimmy is great, but this one is the same great, so I probably will switch between those two, thanks for the great theme!

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 by amiroff on: Aug 28 2005
Score 50%

While I am a big fan of Jimmac, I did not like his cursors because the tip of the mouse pointer was rounded and it somehow gave me wierd feeling that my interface is lagging. (I know that sounds silly, but it's true, mouse cursor theme affects my feelings)

Now, this theme is PERFECT. I was using the Jaguar theme, but this one has a unique wait animation that makes it not look like a rip.

Great work!

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 by felipe on: Aug 28 2005
Score 50%

so cool!

"just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they're not after you"

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 by tehmasp on: Aug 29 2005
Score 50%

great work! , using it as my new default.

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 by EazyVG on: Aug 31 2005
Score 50%

Simply Cool. Next best to Jaguar, as it does resembles it quite a lot.

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