Re: Who uploaded x-cursor-theme-jimmac ?
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- Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2004 21:44:58 +0100
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On Tue, 2004-03-30 at 19:14, Josselin Mouette wrote:
> Le mar 30/03/2004 à 19:58, Gustavo Noronha Silva a écrit :
> > For now, maybe you could add that x-cursor-theme to the x-cursor-theme
> > alternative provided by, IIRC, xlibs-data?
> I really dislike that alternative stuff. It relies on a hack around
> broken .desktop files.
> > That would make things a bit easier. I have no idea where to start from
> > to get the industrial mouse theme work, although I would very much like
> > to =).
> For GNOME, this is only a gconf key to change, the settings daemon
> already supports it. Sven proposes to package a little capplet that does
> it for you.
The advantage of providing an alternative is that it is easy to set a
system wide default for all users in all environments.
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