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crystal xcursors

   1.1.1  

X11 Mouse Theme

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Link:  Link
Downloads:  186197
Submitted:  May 20 2003
Updated:  Sep 15 2005

Description:

X11 mouse theme with the crystal look&feel,there are four versions in the package.




Changelog:

CrystalCursors 1.1.1:
-this release only fixes some hot spot-related bugs into the left-handed version.
Many thanks to Markus Bauer and Bastian Venthur for the report and patch.

CrystalCursors 1.1:
this release fixes only the build system, changes includes:
-in left handed themes the symmetric cursors aren't flipped anymore
-now it's finally possible to install the cursors system-wide:
all you have to do is to edit the Makefile and change the first line
export PREFIX=$(HOME)/.icons/ with a properdirectory, usually
export PREFIX=/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/icons is a good choice,
that should also make simpler to build rpms and other packages

CrystalCursors 1.0:
-corrected the green version of copy cursor
-now the colorize.sh script produces a veery better result
(and is fairly slower, btw :-))

CrystalCursors 0.9:
-corrected a little asymmetry in the left pointers
-all themes have an almost autogenerated left-handed (i.e. flipped) version

CrystalCursors 0.8:
-modified the shiny effect of the hands
-all borders of the 32x32 versionnow are more sharp
-remade all the shadows of the white version
CrystalCursors 0.7:
-a 32x32 version of wach cursor theme(useful for very big screen
resolutions) to enable it set the environment variable XCURSOR_SIZE=32
-watch busy cursor updated with the one in the current crystal icons
-green theme reworked
-lighter shadows
-reworked all the svg images
-little modification in colorize.sh(thanks to Tika)




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 make and debian sid

 
 by jobe on: Aug 30 2003
 
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Hi!
Your Cursors look very nice!!!
But i can't make the cursors:

bash-2.05b$ make
make -C sources
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/jobe/download/cursors/Crystalcursors/sources'
xcursorgen bd_double_arrow.conf ../cursors/bd_double_arrow
make[1]: xcursorgen: Command not found
make[1]: *** [../cursors/bd_double_arrow] Error 127
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/jobe/download/cursors/Crystalcursors/sources'
make: *** [all] Error 2

I'm using Debian SID and xfree86 4.2.1. Is there a package for xcursorgen?
Or could anybody give me the cursors that i can put into ~/.icons??
Thanks.


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 Re: make and debian sid

 
 by mart on: Aug 31 2003
 
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unfortunately the colored cursors support was added only in xfree 4.3, so it is necessary at least that version (also xcursorgen is a part of xfree 4.3)


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 Re: Re: make and debian sid

 
 by jasse on: Sep 14 2003
 
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I have XFree86 4.3 and it gives me the same error:
make[1]: *** No rule to make target `../cursors/bd_double_arrow', needed by `all'. Stop.


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 Re: Re: Re: make and debian sid

 
 by mart on: Sep 14 2003
 
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Many people has reported the same problem: it seems it's a problem with the old versions of gnu make. maybe i will try to adapt the makefile in some future versions.


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 make error in RedHat

 
 by guoys on: Sep 15 2003
 
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[root@guoys Crystalcursors]# make
make -C sources
make[1]: Entering directory `/mnt/hdb8/temp/download/linux/themes/cursors/Crystalcursors/sources'
make[1]: *** No rule to make target `../cursors/bd_double_arrow', needed by `all'. Stop.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/mnt/hdb8/temp/download/linux/themes/cursors/Crystalcursors/sources'
make: *** [all] Error 2

RedHat 9.0.93


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 mandrake works-kinda

 
 by avatarpalin on: Oct 14 2003
 
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I installed it, it said it installed fine. when i go to the logon menu i see the clock.. this is good, but when i log into both kde or gnome i get the old boring pointers(no offense to the person that made the default X pointers)

So how do I get it so that the mouse pointer works...?

Kudos to the one that can help me...


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 Re: mandrake works-kinda

 
 by mart on: Oct 14 2003
 
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Do you logged in as the same user that you used for installing? the theme is installed in the users's home.
if you want the cursors installed for all users you must copy the the crystal and default folders stored in the folder ~/.icons in /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/icons


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 Re: Re: mandrake works-kinda

 
 by avatarpalin on: Oct 15 2003
 
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This is the reason why Linux will succeed.. people like you that help people like me.

Thank you for that!

Although i will say that a couple of pointer states still revert back to the original X11 set.. but i can only assume thats the theme itself..

Its amazing how much better a simple mouse pointer can improve the overall look..


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 Installation

 
 by iZelpII on: Nov 21 2003
 
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I have the gray cursors in tar.gz... this may help people with make installation problems. I also had problems installing in other collors but blue.

Where do you want me to upload this?
Anyone interested?


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 Cursors stoped work

 
 by bevans79 on: Nov 28 2003
 
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I just upgraded to the latest X-free86 RPM's from redhat 9, and now my Crystal cursors stoped working.

https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2003-288.html

I tried reinstalling them and copying the the files to the /usr/share/X11.... directorey mentoned in an above post, but that didnt work.


Anybody out there know why?


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 RPMs

 
 by gerd on: Dec 11 2003
 
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Hi, cool cursors.
I tried to make a rpm with all four colours. Get it at

http://gerdf.gmxhome.de

Greetings, Gerd

P.S.: I think the h_double_arrow is not correct centered?? And the xterm cursor could IMO be a little thinner/elegant.


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 Re: RPMs

 
 by mart on: Dec 13 2003
 
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you're right, h_double_arrow is wrong,
maybe i will release a fixed version tomorrow.


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 Re: Re: RPMs

 
 by doctorture on: Dec 13 2003
 
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Thanks!

[]s

Andre


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