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X11 Mouse Theme

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Version Control:  Link
Downloads:  278684
Submitted:  Dec 17 2005
Updated:  Oct 23 2013


The original Comix Cursors.

X11 mouse theme with a comics feeling.
The package comes with 12 different mouse themes for X11.
6 colors (black, blue, green, orange, red and white)
2 different weights (slim and normal)

From version 0.8 on the cursors are 'multisize', meaning that you don't need to install one theme for each size, but only one theme, and chose the size in the cursor theme selection dialog.

The full installation also includes left-handed themes, you can choose whatever you prefer from the downloads below.

The cursors are named according to the freedesktop.org cursor naming convention, compatibility and hash cursor names are linked. In addition to the original cursor pack left-handed and opaque versions are still available here.

Please read the README and INSTALL files provided in the source package for installation and packaging instructions, as well as some hints on various issues.

"Vast" versions for visually impaired can be downloaded here: http://www.limitland.de/comixcursors.html . There are links for windows ports by firstfooter, teft and Jus on that page as well.

If you don't like the "hair" line for the text-, vertical-text- and crosshair-cursors, you can download the "NOHAIR"-sources below and replace the source files "text.svg", "vertical-text.svg" and "crosshair.svg" sources in the svg/LeftHanded and svg/RightHanded source-directories and build your cursors. These cursors might look better to you e.g. on dark backgrounds.

Ben has investigated how to configure the cursor size:

* Gnome supports multiple cursor sizes in one cursor theme, but only
distinct sizes: 16, 24, 32, and 48 pixels.

There is no known Gnome 3 application for setting the size of the mouse
cursor. You need to set the desired size in pixels as the value of the
DConf setting ‘org.gnome.desktop.interface.cursor-size’. You can use
‘dconf-editor’ (from the ‘dconf-tools’ package) or ‘gsettings’ to change
DConf settings.

ComixCursors come in sizes 32, 40, 48 and 64.

Have fun.


2013-10-23: version 0.8.2

- Correct build of entire cursor set from source.
- Explain how to set cursor size in Gnome 3.
- Correct transparency level for Opaque cursors.
- Set hairline colour consistently.

2013-10-12: version 0.8.1
- Set orientation RightHanded if not specified.
- Build theme variants.
- Fix the multisize build process from sources.

2013-09-21: version 0.8
- Use multisize cursors.

2012-08-13: version 0.7.4
- Switch from deprecated ‘rsvg(1)’ to ‘rsvg-convert(1)’.

2011-09-13: version 0.7.3
- Ben: Updated documentation for building custom themes.
- Ben: Expand shell wildcards in rule dependencies.

2011-02-26: version 0.7.2
- All Qt4 links (Ben).

2010-10-16: version 0.7.1
- Additional Qt4 cursor links (thx aqeeliz).

2010-06-03: version 0.7
- Licence changed to GPLv3.
- Uninstallation of current/custom/all cursors from sources.
- Render images using ‘rsvg’ (faster than Inkscape).
- Generate animation frames from starting image using SVG transform attributes (not ‘patch’).
- Easier to customise install location.
- Maintainability improvements of build system and programs.
- Include “Opaque” and “Left Handed” alternatives in primary source package.

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 Big Ones for Ubuntu Version0.7.3

 by shantiq on: Nov 2 2013
Score 63%

cool found them http://linux.softpedia.com/dyn-postdownload.php?p=24060&t=0&i=1


wget -O /tmp/ComixCursors-0.7.3.tar.bz2 http://www.limitland.de/comixcursors/ComixCursors-0.7.3.tar.bz2
wget -O /tmp/ComixCursors-Opaque-0.7.3.tar.bz2 http://www.limitland.de/comixcursors/ComixCursors-Opaque-0.7.3.tar.bz2

fan of the large opaque [bad eyesight]

then on Ubuntu [if any of you] does not seem there is a way to get the big sizes with current version +0.8

sudo cp -r * /usr/share/icons

sudo cp -r * /usr/share/themes

not sure if second line is required did it just in case

got 0.7.3 and 0.8.2 now

Again jlue Vielen Dank ! Now got them on Ubuntu 13.10 with Lxde DE

Looking good

ps please remove duplicate previous link was not done right

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 cursor sometimes reverts

 by ec4me on: Nov 24 2013
Score 50%


I've skimmed through the comments but I couldn't find a similar post.

On certain menu's, the desktop, titlebars and some other places, the cursor reverts to the default arrow.

Is this a known issue? Any ideas how I can solve this?


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 Re: cursor sometimes reverts

 by jlue on: Nov 24 2013
Score 50%

Hi there,

no, that's not a known issue to me, so thanks for reporting.
xorg/X11 cursors get used by the desktop environments (xfce, right?) by accessing their NAMEs or some hashes, which I don't know too much about. There have been some approaches to unify these cursor names, but I thinks there might be a difference between the cursors are named in the comixcursors package, and the names that are expected by xfce. There is an environment variable XCURSOR_DISCOVER, wich you can use to debug these cursor names, or you could try to file a bug/whishlist to your desktop developers. I'm afraid I can't help you any further, I'm not into xfce. Drop us a line though, If there are more cursor links or something we can implement to get to a seemless integration in xfce.


PS: You tried to log out and in again, right?

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 Re: Re: cursor sometimes reverts

 by ec4me on: Nov 24 2013
Score 50%

Thanks for your prompt reply.

I did logout/in, I even rebooted.

I'm on Debian Wheezy 64-bit. The default theme seems to have an empty folder. I read something about COmpiz to interfere, a possible solution was to edit the theme file but that's not there. I disabled Compiz but that doesn't help.

I noticed your theme is somewhat similar to Comix which can be installed from the default repositories. Unfortunately it suffers from the same problem :(.

Ah well. Thanks anaways!

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 Re: Re: cursor sometimes reverts

 by ec4me on: Nov 25 2013
Score 50%

I fixed it by copying the theme files to /usr/share/icons/default. Its now the system default but that's fine.

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 Doesn't seem to work =/

 by MaximusTD on: Feb 4 2014
Score 50%

I really like the look of this cursor pack but can't get it to work. I've extracted the files and tried to select them but there are no .cur files let alone any small icons that look anything like cursors. =(

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 Re: Doesn't seem to work =/

 by jlue on: Feb 4 2014
Score 50%

Hey MaximusHD,
these are Linux cursors. If you are looking for windows cursors, you can find ports on devaintart.com by firstfooter (http://firstfooter.deviantart.com/), teft (http://teft.deviantart.com/) and probably some others.

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 Re: Re: Doesn't seem to work =/

 by MaximusTD on: Feb 5 2014
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omg, rofl it's been a while since the last person posted, wasn't sure if this forum was dead or not thanks for your help dude! keep up the good work! =)

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 Re: Re: Re: Doesn't seem to work =/

 by MaximusTD on: Feb 5 2014
Score 50%

ok, I dont know wtf im doing lol, cant get windows one working either. (I do have windows!)

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 Great theme!

 by nuncijs on: Apr 8 2014
Score 50%

Great theme! I use it on my home pc and work pc too...

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