White Classicia++

Cursors

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Description:

Classicia++ cursor: vanilla looking, white cursor.
Last changelog:

5 years ago

1.3: new IBeam, new shadow.

kapsh

1 year ago

Can you also add "hand1" as symlink to pointer? Without this some users see weird fallback cursor from default theme in some applications instead of hand.

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herrbatka

1 year ago

Don't have source code for this crap anymore. Why won't you use perspective instead?

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kapsh

1 year ago

Sorry, perspective looks quite gnarly for me, while these are more smooth. But thanks for the reply anyway.

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markitos66

5 years ago

Interesting. I like this mouse theme. I will use a while. Thanks friend.

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herrbatka

5 years ago

Glad you like it. I just wanted to make something that will combaine common traits of most widespread cursors into one, elegant theme for KDE ─ because oxygen cursor is a bit fancy.

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markitos66

5 years ago

However, two things I do not like: not all cursors have drop shadow, or have all or none. Besides the black color is not uniform in all cursors. I think you should refine these details. But that decision is yours.
Thanks friend.

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herrbatka

5 years ago

Yes, I will adress this later. Shadows with be added for all cursors (excluding ibeam). As for gray down border of pointer, gra, all-scroll ─ it won't be changed.

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5 years ago

1.3: new IBeam, new shadow.

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