[OpenIndiana-discuss] Mouse pointers - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Dmitry G. Kozhinov
dima at desktopfay.com
Wed Dec 22 16:38:28 UTC 2010
Almost what I want... But no wristwatch. And forgive me my ignorance, I
cannot figure out how to install this.
Haven't seen earlier OpenSUSE versions, but what it's there now is
exactly what in OI 148. This is why I call it Linux-like. I think that I
have to get used to what is included into a distro (be that OSol, OI, or
On 22.12.2010 19:57, Guido Berhoerster wrote:
> * Ian Johnson<itjohnson at gmail.com> [2010-12-22 13:33]:
>> I personally like the absence of Ubuntu-esque cursor themes from the last
>> Sun dev builds and S11X. A black cursor is easier to see on most
>> backgrounds, but since Ubuntu adopted that stubby white Windows Vista-esque
>> cursor theme a while back, Linux distros (and Sun) have been falling all
>> over themselves to add it to their own default configurations. As long as I
>> can keep my black Solaris pointer/wristwatch, I'm happy.
> My point was that it is impossible to please everybody with a
> default theme and that the cursor theme can be easily changed,
> e.g. there is a black variant of DMZ provided by the
> gnome/theme/cursor/dmz-cursor-aa package.
> BTW, that stubby white Windows Vista-esque cursor theme was first
> used by openSUSE before spreading to other desktops.
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