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Chameleon Xcursors

   0.5  

X11 Mouse Theme

Score 75%
Chameleon Xcursors
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  82172
Submitted:  Apr 27 2006
Updated:  May 14 2006

Description:

Chameleon Xcursors theme is a cursor set created primarily in Inkscape and ImageMagick (for semitransparent and shadow).
Work on KDE and GNOME.
The cursors border color is negative of body color for high visibility.
(Small/Regular/Large version included)

Installation:
install from KDE Control Panel or
uncompress file in the ~/.icons directory and choose the theme from kde or gnome control panel.

Note:
if the animations are flickering on your nvidia card, add the following line to your xorg.conf file, into the nvidia device section, to fix it:

Option "HWCursor" "off"




Changelog:

Version 0.5
- increased resize cursors body for visibility
- modified animation for text and vertical-text cursors
- added pirate cursor (for xkill)
- added DarkSkyBlue color
- changed border color of *SkyBlue cursors (now it's white)

Version 0.4
- fix animated wait cursor (rotation centre fix)
- added animated text and vertical-text cursors (inverted color pulse)
- reduced zoom-in and zoom-out cursors size
- increased cursors border size
- hand cursors color changed
- resize cursors resized :-)

Version 0.3
- various fix
- added animated cursor progress
- added animated cursor wait




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 very nice!

 
 by dzamboun on: Apr 28 2006
 
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I like it very much, but would like to have some smaller one - it is possible ? Thank you!


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 Re: very nice!

 
 by egregorion on: Apr 28 2006
 
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Hi, thank you.
Yes it's possible, but this is a very alpha version!


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 Re: very nice!

 
 by egregorion on: May 6 2006
 
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ok, now there are 3 size. ;-)

bye


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 animated waitcursor

 
 by mart1 on: May 1 2006
 
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great !
what about an animated waiting cursor ? ;-)


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 Re: animated waitcursor

 
 by egregorion on: May 2 2006
 
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I will make it in a next time.
Stay tuned. ;-)

bye


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 Re: animated waitcursor

 
 by egregorion on: May 6 2006
 
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Fine, I make a initial animated cursors. There are 2 animated (progress cursor and wait cursor)

bye


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 2 Requests

 
 by DaBlade on: May 8 2006
 
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Hey. I really like this theme, dumped Crystal Xcusors for it. But there are a two things I'd like to see in it:
I wish the hand cursors were blue like the rest of the theme and not white, and I'd like the resize cursors to be halved in size, they're too long. If you could please do so, I'd really appreciate it.
Other than that, I must say I love the theme. It flickers when the cursor is over a video or game app with a high framerate, but apart from that, I love it. Great work man. :D
Thanks, and keep up the good job. :)


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 Animation framerate

 
 by DaBlade on: May 8 2006
 
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Hello again. Thanks for fixing those issues I asked about. :)
I also didn't notice the tip about the flickering cursor until I re-read your description after you posted the new version. Sorry to nag, but could you add one teeny tiny little extra feature? Just bump up the framerate on the animated cursors a little bit, they don't look so very animated the way they're now. Thanks. Great job as usual. :)


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 Re: Animation framerate

 
 by egregorion on: May 9 2006
 
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hi,
I resolved it put in my xorg.conf file the line:

Option "HWCursor" "off"

in the nvidia section.

I use mplayer for playng video files.
if you have problem may be depend by you xorg config file.
I not have problem, my friend too.

What player you use?

Bye


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 Re: Re: Animation fr

 
 by DaBlade on: May 9 2006
 
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I said I noticed your solution and fixed the flickering, but now that I see the entire animation, the frames are visible, they shouldn't be, that's what I mean.

And I use Xine to play video.


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 build file

 
 by nosebleed on: May 14 2006
 
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Do you use a script to build the cursors like the one for ComixCursors? They seem really similar to Comix (with the shadow and transparency) and just wondering because It'd be cool to be able to customize them that way.


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 Re: build file

 
 by egregorion on: May 14 2006
 
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Yes, I use a script. I will release soon. It's not ready yet. ;-)


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 Top notch set

 
 by suslik on: May 16 2006
 
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The Uber Good:
I would call it "almost" major distro worthy. Amazing attention to the details! The very, very slight transparency is perfect. Simple, yet, very elegant. Finally, a good, simple cursor set, with a cursor icon that doesn't look like a traditional cursor.

The Slightly Bad:
I would play with the shadow offset and opacity more. In my opinion, the shadow is too much to the side, and visually moves the weighted average center too much to the lower right. I hope you get the script out soon, so I could tweak my set and not bother everybody else who likes it like it is.


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 Re: Top notch set

 
 by suslik on: May 16 2006
 
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The is also a glitch with this set that makes the experience of using it even better!

If you click on a "form" field (text entry field on a web page) and your cursor is set to "autohide while entering text" in Control Center:
the cursor will actually blink 4-5 times, together with the actual text entry cursor and then disappears. Cool! I know it's not by design, but I like that.


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