On måndagen den 9 augusti 2010, I stated the following: > On söndagen den 8 augusti 2010, Sune Vuorela stated the following: > > KDE only tells X the paths where to look for cursors > > Also reported at https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=213615, with a > perhaps better analysis. I still don't think it's a bug in any cursor > package; maybe in Qt? I think you could have been more helpful, but anyway, I now understand that it's libXcursor that is responsible for the fallback to the default theme, and that neither KDE nor Qt can do much about it (except that Qt could have used standard X11 cursor names when running under X11). Perhaps lower the alternatives priority for oxygencursors so that if the administrator installs additional themes besides Oxygen, one of them will be the default by default, so to speak? -- Magnus Holmgren email@example.com Debian Developer
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