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Modern Fairy
Original theme by Lord Lethris
Due to its availability, I could create the Linux version.
Last changelog:

7 years ago

Added "cursor.theme" required for compatibility with new releases of Ubuntu and LinuxMint.

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Brahimsalem

5 months ago

10 10 the best

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ben2talk

1 year ago

9 + Good fun

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ben2talk

1 year ago

ROFL - good fun.

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gasolio

7 years ago

thanks!

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Brahimsalem

7 years ago

Best cursor theme ever!! But we need to see some artwork for Linux Mint! That would be much appreciated bro!! Thnx

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KuduK

7 years ago

Thanks, I made ​​a lot of pointers for linux, and are compatible with Mint! :-)

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coal

10 years ago

Hey i like this. Any chance of making some more with differnt coloured outfits like green, yellow, etc

thanks

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amoebios

10 years ago

Now, this is quite something! :D

You (Lord Lethris/KuduK) should create/convert more original stuff like this.

i still have a "Tinkerbell" mouse pointer in my (endless) to-do list, but it's rather low in priority, since i don't know how i would make the "fairy-dust" use compositing for the particles to be affected by movement.

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LordLethris

10 years ago

Particals are a problem, unless some linux bod can come up with a particle trail option...
...Hrmm, has anyone tried Compiz?

http://wiki.compiz.org/Plugins/Showmouse

worth a shot... you can edit the surrounding "particle" affect .

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johnnyg

10 years ago

WOW! This has got to be something to see ! Cant wait to try it in 9.10 so I can actually use it ! (10.4 cusor issue !) THANKS Canonical! ! sooo! the cursor issue is just cosmetic !?? Huh, Tell that to this Guy ! and me as well as all of us ! WE WANT TO HERE IT !!! FIX IT !!!!!!!!(IMO)

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KuduK

10 years ago

I use the 10.04 and for use cursors, I had to do so;

Open your folder -> Resource->>Home
Press CTRL+H to show hidden folders
Double click .icons folder
Right click Make new Folder named "default"
double click "default" folder
make a file named index.theme
open index.theme with gedit and insert this texts

[Icon Theme]
Inherits = Modern-Fairy

save and exit

press ALT+F2 and insert compiz --replace

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LordLethris

10 years ago

I use Ubuntu 10.04.

All I did was copy the theme folder into /usr/shared/themes/icons (or somthing round about there, there is already a folder there) using "sudo su" login in a terminal window.

Then on the regular desktop , right click, change desktop, themes, custom, then the cursor is right there under the last tab (cursors tab)!

Im @ work at the moment so I cant check if thats entirly correct, but its somthing like that. I'm sure everyone with common sence can follow it roughly.

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KuduK

10 years ago

Finally! the last update of Ubuntu 10.04 has corrected the defect of the pointer, now changes instantly, and do not need to restart Gnome.

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LordLethris

10 years ago

great work on the convertion again!

Thanks.

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KuduK

10 years ago

My great satisfaction, is to have converted you to Linux! ;-)))

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7 years ago

Added "cursor.theme" required for compatibility with new releases of Ubuntu and LinuxMint.

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product-maker ben2talk Mar 04 2019 9 excellent
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