Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org> (26/02/2010): > I'm sorry, but I can't. I've simply looked at wht cursors I actually > see when running an install. > > I guess it should be possible to derive it from the code of the > frontend or cairo or gtk or whatever is responsible for changing the > cursor. But the window resizing ones are simply not needed because > we (currently) don't have any windows for which we want to allow > resizing. OK. I think I'm going to pass for this round, and use no -theme-udeb for now. It looks like there are some default cursors available for at least the ordinary arrow and for the ‘I’-shaped text cursor. FTWCA X cursors: I didn't find many programs able to deal with them, even when it comes to displaying only. I've finally found something this morning: Gimp XMC (X Mouse Cursors) plugin. 1. http://gimpstuff.org/content/show.php/X11+Mouse+Cursor+(XMC)+plug-in?content=94503 Basically, download the tarball, run ./configure && make, then either use make install with appropriate DESTDIR, or follow the INSTALL file and use gimptool instead. I might look later into requesting (i.e. sending a patch for) its addition to gimp-plugin-registry. Bernd seemed happy with it after a quick talk on IRC. > I can't be much help here as I'm not a GNOME user, so I'm not > familiar with the themes. I just thought the one used in your first > image looked rather crude. I must confess I really did only package the udeb and ship it, I didn't focus much on that. > It would be good if someone who is could try out a few and either > pick one that looks good, or post some screenshots. Should be easier once this plugin available more directly. > No, the theme can be selected using a boot parameter. Try > 'theme=dark' with a Lenny image (also works for the newt > frontend). But it is known before X is started, so changing a > symlink or a config file is possible. Sounds cool. Will take care of it once some cursors have been chosen. Mraw, KiBi.
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