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Comix Serie

   1.0.0  

X11 Mouse Theme

Score 57%
Comix Serie
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Comix Serie
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Downloads:  8020
Submitted:  Apr 18 2015
Updated:  Mar 12 2016

Description:

Comix Serie X11 mouse themes for right and left handed, is a modification of Comix Cursors by Jens Luetkens. If you want see the original, you can go to http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/ComixCursors?content=32627. You will have run a bash script to build and full install them.

Modifications....
1. All icons have been built using Inkscape software. They have been changed of color different than original. As result a mouse theme with a full and real modification.
2. I have added new cursor elements: color-picker, fleur, grabbing, and wayland-cursor.
3. And the most important: You don't need execute a bash script to build and full install them. Now only download, extract, cut and paste, one by one, the one you want, and wherever you want.
4. I have added everything needed legacy links for Gnome, Unity, KDE, Cinnamon, Pantheon, Xcfe. Futhermore, I've added some legacy links to Steam.
5. Multisized to 16, 24, 32, 40, 48 and 56 pixels.


Cursors are look well in both, dark and clear backgrounds. I will appreciate any comments to improve them.

I decided upload them, and after i will improving them. I would like change a few things so you can expect updates. If you find any bugs, please let me know in comments section.

If you don't know how to install a mouse theme with multi sized property or to choose a cursor size, go to http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=164300, there you can see the instructions for Gnome2/3.x, Unity, KDE, Cinnamon, Pantheon and Xfce.


Thanks,
Marcus Haro.




Changelog:

  • 2015 Apr 18 v1.0.0 initial release



  • LicenseGPL
    (Comix Black from MediaFire)
    (Comix Blue from MediaFire)
    (Comix Green from MediaFire)
    (Comix Orange from MediaFire)
    (Comix Red from MediaFire)
    (Comix White from MediaFire)
    (Comix Black for left handed from MediaFire)
    (Comix Blue for left handed from MediaFire)
    (Comix Green for left handed from MediaFire)
    (Comix Orange for left handed from MediaFire)
    (Comix Red for left handed from MediaFire)
    (Comix White for left handed from MediaFire)
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     Nice

     
     by jlue on: Apr 18 2015
     
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    No shadows?


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     Re: Nice

     
     by markitos66 on: Apr 19 2015
     
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    hi,
    Yes, the icons have shadows with 85% transparency, and they are colored with 82% opacity.

    Thanks for commenting, and thanks for your fantastic cursor theme, which i have used as starting point for this artwork.

    Marcus Haro


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     How to change default arrow?

     
     by billybag on: May 12 2015
     
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    i can never get the default pointer/arrow to change to the theme. The other pointers seem to change.


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     Re: How to change default arrow?

     
     by markitos66 on: May 12 2015
     
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    On bottom of page's description, you'll find a text which says: "If you don't know how to install a mouse theme with multi sized property or to choose a cursor size, go to"

    Just click on http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=164300
    Follow the instructions.

    If you have issues, tell me what is your linux distribution and your desktop environment.

    I hope I have helped,
    Marcus Haro


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     Re: Re: How to change default arrow?

     
     by billybag on: May 13 2015
     
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    Thanks. i already knew how to apply themes. i changed the theme in the Themes section of settings and i had tried changing it in dconf (but it was already pointed to the correct theme). Just in case i followed the gnome instructions this time (and not cinnamon) and added Xresources file. So i made that.

    The only change that it made is in Google Chrome When my cursor is in my chrome window, it works. Anywhere else i have tried, including the desktop and panel, has no effect.

    But i feel like i have seen this particular bug before and so i am going to google it and see what comes up.

    Just in case, i am using both Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon and Ubuntu Unity 14.04


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     Re: Re: Re: How to change default arrow?

     
     by billybag on: May 13 2015
     
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    and just in case i want clear in my original comment.

    the cursor DOES change. that has never been a problem. It is that the default/regular old white arrow pointer stays the same. i should have said arrow i guess.

    things like link hover, resize, hour glass all change with the theme.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: How to change default arrow?

     
     by markitos66 on: May 13 2015
     
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    There are applications that works only with the default cursor, as Chromium Web Browser and Google Chrome. If you don't make comix as default cursor, you always will see the default cursor, and the cursor-size default.

    In your case, it seems that your default cursor is DMZ-White with 24 pixels as cursor size. You see the main cursor (the white arrow) , text cursor, grabbing cursor (closedhand) and hand2 cursor (pointing_hand).


    What do you must do after select comix cursor theme with tweak-tools, ubuntu-tweak, or another Desktop Settings Tool?

    You must edit, as root, the index.theme system file located in /usr/share/icons/default, changing the name present after of "=", sign to theme's name.

    Use next command:
    sudo gedit /usr/share/icons/default/index.theme

    Save, close and reboot. That's all.

    Thanks for commenting, Marcus Haro.


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     I like your cursors, but ...

     
     by Zorbonian on: Jul 28 2015
     
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    I like your cursors, but I also see the small default cursor in Chromium. How can I make the default size 32? (I am using PCLinuxOS-MATE.)


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     Re: I like your cursors, but ...

     
     by markitos66 on: Jul 29 2015
     
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    On bottom of page's description, you'll find a text which says: "If you don't know how to install a mouse theme with multi sized property or to choose a cursor size, go to"

    Just click on http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=164300

    There you can see the instructions for Gnome2/3.x, Unity, KDE, Cinnamon, Pantheon and Xfce.
    Follow the instructions. I hope I have helped,

    Marcus Haro


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     Re: I like your cursors, but ...

     
     by markitos66 on: Jul 29 2015
     
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    There are applications that works only with the default cursor, as Chromium Web Browser and Google Chrome. If you don't make comix as default cursor, you always will see the default cursor, and the cursor-size default.

    What do you must do after select comix cursor theme with tweak-tools, ubuntu-tweak, or another Desktop Settings Tool?

    You must edit, as root, the index.theme system file located in /usr/share/icons/default, changing the name present after of "=", sign to theme's name.

    Use next command:
    sudo gedit /usr/share/icons/default/index.theme

    Save, close and reboot. That's all.

    Thanks for commenting, Marcus Haro.


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     Re: I like your cursors, but ...

     
     by markitos66 on: Jul 31 2015
     
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    I am sorry, I had not seen that you are using MATE as desktop environment. Because MATE is a fork of GNOME 2, it is different how to select the cursor theme and cursor size. And solve the problem you have with chromium browser.

    Right now I'm working on my business, but if you give me a chance to help you, tomorrow I'll explain how to do it. But if you already did it, you send me a private message, to help other people who ask me for help.

    Thank you, and I'm here to serve you,

    Marcus Haro


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