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Resizeable Tux Cursor!

   0.4  

X11 Mouse Theme

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Resizeable Tux Cursor!
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Resizeable Tux Cursor!
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Resizeable Tux Cursor!
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  20835
Submitted:  Mar 11 2003
Updated:  Mar 17 2003

Description:

so here is another improved version of TuxCursor.

i decided to make a completely new upload because the look of tux has changed.
the face is now more like the original tux, as requested.

but personally i prefer the agressive look of tux in the original cursor.

on the other side this cursor is even cuter...
decide on your own ;)

for instructions, reasons and credits take a look at the other tuxcursor.

*additional info*
RESIZING FINALLY WORKS!
some users asked about simple resizing.
i finally found a way to do it easy.

create an '.Xdefaults' file in your home directory and add the following lines:

-------
Xcursor.size: 32
Xcursor.theme: tuxcursor
-------

Availiable Sizes: 32 (small), 48 (medium), 64 (big, but max. detail)

Be sure to check to cool animated hourglass i redid for the waitcursor!
Tux is in the hourglass and gets some Spinning :) just cool




Changelog:

0.4: finally resizeable!
added animated hourglass ; )
licensed under the GPL
thanks to Ralf Nolden (kde.org) for
license advice.
0.3: made the face cuter
0.2: added dropshadows
0.1: initial release



License:
licensed under the GPL
see:http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
for more info.

Dont worry, its still free.
GPL license is just that M$ doesnt steal the ideas ; )


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 Wait Cursor

 
 by echobucket on: Mar 12 2003
 
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I think the wait cursor should have Tux hanging on to a stop watch with spining hands, there's not enough activity on the wait cursor that's being used here, the pointer turns Red and Tux stops wiggling, but I think a wait cursor should make me think "wait"... the current one doesn't really do that.

Other than that, great theme!


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 Re: Wait Cursor

 
 by MasterSeven on: Mar 13 2003
 
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i will keep the idea in mind.
thanks for the improvement comment.
but a redesign is always difficult because i have to try whats possible and what looks best.

but i will redo the wait cursor.


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 using in Windows???

 
 by phubert on: Mar 13 2003
 
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Is there any way to use these cursors in Windows XP or W2K ???

I've downloaded & extracted (with a downloaded utility), but can't seem to display them with ANYTHING.

Any way to identify & convert to .cur and .ani files????


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 Re: using in Windows

 
 by Datschge on: Mar 19 2003
 
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No.


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 hehe

 
 by MasterSeven on: Mar 13 2003
 
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you dont really want a penguin flying around on your W2k or XP ; )

so i hardcoded a copy protection in the cursor that it isnt possible to use them on Micro$ofts OS ; )

just a joke, hehe.
i will release the source.png files in some time so you can "port" it to any OS with animated cursor support.


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 Re: hehe

 
 by phubert on: Mar 13 2003
 
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Sounds great .. I have to infiltrate where I'm able, y'know!


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 Re: hehe

 
 by phubert on: Dec 13 2003
 
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So, it's been awhile, have you yet released the .png files??

(he asked hopefully)

:)


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 very cute

 
 by karlandtanya on: Mar 13 2003
 
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Very Very Cute.

I mean really cute.

I suppose they could be "Hello Kitty"; that would be cuter.

My wife loves them, so they'll be staying. ;)

Actually, we're using the "shadow" slightly less cute version--Where Tux shows his teeth out of the side of his mouth. I guess if you're going to acknowledge "teeth", you can't really call it a beak anymore.

Thanks!

Oh, and BTW, they're cute.


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 Re: very cute

 
 by phubert on: Mar 13 2003
 
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Yes, a MEAN Tux might be the right thing for the Win boxes I use at work!


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 These are even bette

 
 by MarkBerry on: Mar 14 2003
 
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I like the "cute" cursors even more than the original set. Thank you so much for all the time you spent on these. It is appreciated!


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 Re: These are even b

 
 by michaelbischof on: Mar 16 2003
 
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Anybody around who knows how to get it run under Mandrake 9.1rc2 ? I downloaded tuxcursor
and followed the instruction. But there is no
directory "icons" in /usr/lib/X11 - if I create one my Xserver crashes.

Any suggestions ?

Looking forward for any idea that helps,

Yours sincerely

Michael Bischof


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 Re: Re: These are even b

 
 by uga on: Mar 17 2003
 
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It's /usr/share/icons in Mandrake, and I think now it has become the standard directory for cursors.


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 Re: Re: These are ev

 
 by michaelbischof on: Mar 17 2003
 
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Hi,
finally it worked. But it deviates from your schedule !
I had to build a .icon-directory in my /home/user - directory first and then I had to edit the /etc/X11/xdm/Xresources file and add
a line at the end:
Xcursor.theme:tuxcursor

Before doing that nothing showed up at all. My installation is Mandrake 9.1rc2. The cursor looks really funny and great. But it is, in frank language, a great gag for kids. It steals too much visual attention from the main work schedule ;-)

Thanks for your great work - go on with it !

Yours sincerely

Michael Bischof / Germany , teacher


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 hmm

 
 by MasterSeven on: Mar 17 2003
 
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i guess mandrake 9.1rc2 already comes with
xfree 4.3, right? if you are not sure check your xfree version.

also try different paths like:
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/icons/
or
/usr/X11/lib/X11/icons/
you should find the icons directory somewhere.

if all fails you can still install in your home directory as single user.
create a folder named '.icons' in your home directory.
copy the tuxcusor and the default directory in the .icons directory.
and check the index.theme in /default if it inherits tuxcursor.

i hope one of the methods works for you :)


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 Re: hmm

 
 by uga on: Mar 17 2003
 
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Those are not the standard directories for Mandrake. It's /usr/share/icons instead.

Regards,

U.


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