Nouveau X11 Mouse theme

Cursors

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This is the Nouveau (onyx & iron) theme. It is available in two flavors onyx and iron (duh?) and each is available in 2 different sizes large and larger ( each is 64 X 64 but, the size of the main pointer is shrunk in the smaller one)


This is my second cursor theme so you can be a little less gentle with me.

Check out my other theme called Glasstic

I hope you Like it!

Feel free to give suggestions

danddv77

11 years ago

My choose for this.

Then only one but, I would rather prefer an small version.

Thanks!

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arcane

13 years ago

Well I really like the cursors, too bad I cant use them. If you can please make it to where you can install them with the KDe theme manager. Rather than having to manually build them ......
Its there use it!

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MrStanaland

14 years ago

I have to agree with burner. I am using KDE's control center to install the themes and I had to uncompress the file and recompress each of the four directories. Then I fed each of the four new tar'ed folder into the KDE control center.

I don't see how the current packaging is easier for KDE....

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Derrekito

14 years ago

hmm I did what was stated above, extract and repackage. Gnome reports a successful install, however they do not show up as a choice or my cursors. They are located in the ~/.incons directory just like the rest of my cursors, but not luck.

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Derrekito

14 years ago

hmm I did what was stated above, extract and repackage. Gnome reports a successful install, however they do not show up as a choice for my cursors. They are located in the ~/.icons directory just like the rest of my cursors, but not luck.

edit: sorry for the mispell... it was super early for me ;)

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udo

14 years ago

Hi there, I stumbled into Nouveau theme just recently and it is already not possible any more to think about my desktop with another Xcursor theme.

These sets are fantastic, I hope this kind of work spreads...

I have looked around for a theme with a good contrast, nice design without being too fancy - that's just it!

...oh, and I like the way it shows it's being busy and don't think there's anything missing there.

Regards,

Udo

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logixoul

14 years ago

Esthetically it's nearly ideal. However, many cursors share the same look, which hurts usability. Would you please change that situation?

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patient0

15 years ago

Awesome theme.
You might wanna flip cursor.png horizontally, the shadow seems to fall the wrong way (to my eye at least).

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burner

15 years ago

Right on, didn't know kde was packaged differently. :) Turns out, they just get put in the .icons directory, which makes for trouble with cursors being shown as iconsets.

In any event, I have one look related item. What would you say to changing the waiting cursor to be slower in it's animation. (not sure if possible) Also, the arrow/waiting combo could put the tickmarks in a little rounded rectangular box more to the bottom right to be more consistent with other icons.

Hope that makes sense. ;)

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burner

15 years ago

I like the cursors a lot. I just started using them and didn't find any bugs yet, but I did want to note the packaging.

Think it could be done like this?
allthemes.tar.bz2
|-nouveau-black-smaller.tar.gz
|--nouveau-black-smaller/
|--nouveau-black-smaller/index.theme
|--etc.
|-nouveau-iron-smaller.tar.gz
|--nouveau-iron-smaller/
|--nouveau-iron-smaller/index.theme
|--etc.

That way, one could extract the big bz2 with all the themes inside, then just use gcursor to install the themes from their separate tarballs.

The way I did it now was to uncompress the big bz2 ball, then recompress the folders. (kind of a pain)

Cursors are great though. Keep up the good work! You're one of the few cursor creators here at gnomelook. :)

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an10ae

15 years ago

Hello there,
First- thanks for downloading and commenting it's apprecciated very much.

Second - I have them packaged in such a way that it is easier for kde users since I am primarily a kde user myself. I do however understand what you mean perhaps if demand is great enough I'll package them both ways!

Sorry for the inconvenience sp? (I'm slightly goofy from lack of sleep right now)

So that being said
Start commenting if you'd like to see this packaged as mentioned above!

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AntonioFasolato

15 years ago

From the screenshot it looks nice.

I'll try it and repost.

Bye

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AntonioFasolato

15 years ago

Yes, I was right. It is quite nice.

I like the smaller themes too. I hate big and lumpy pointers on my desktop.

Keep up the good work!

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