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Hacked All In One

   1.0.0  

X11 Mouse Theme

Score 61%
Hacked All In One
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Downloads:  1295
Submitted:  May 19 2016

Description:

To Russian community: Now you can download them from Dropbox. Thanks.

If you like the cursor themes called by me "all in one", I have other themes:
1. Alkano-aio http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=159038
2. Breeze-aio http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=175977


My idea original of this theme, is include all variations of Hacked cursor theme http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Hacked+Serie?content=175994, just in one theme called Hacked-aio. Additionally, well have the possibility to choose for each variation, three sizes: Small, Medium and Large.

How to do it?
1. This is accomplished using the multi-size concept.
2. Defining the real size of the cursors in its three categories: small, medium and large.
3. To choose a variation with one of three sizes -Small, Medium and Large-, we need to define the initial value for each of the three size categories.
4. The increase of one pixel between each variation within each size category.

In this case, we have 6 variations: Black, Green, Pink, Red, Sky, and White.
The real size of the cursors, are: 32 pixels for Small, 48 pixels for Medium , and 64 pixels for Large.

The initial sizes for choosing theme and size category are: 16 pixels for Small size, 30 pixels for Medium size, and 43 pixels for Large size.

Then we have:

VARIATION SMALL MEDIUM LARGE
......................32px......48px......64px
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Black..............16..........30..........43
Green.............17..........31..........44
Pink................18..........32..........45
Red................19..........33..........46
Sky.................20..........34..........47
White..............21..........35..........48

For compatibility with Xfce I have decided that the range for choosing cursor size, is from 16 pixels to 48 pixels. This does not mean that the real size of the cursor is within that range: is only to choose a cursor, for example:

The size 34 does not mean that the size of images of the cursors is 34 pixels; it means that we are choosing the Sky variation, and the Medium size category with size of 48 pixels. So works.



As ever, I offer the full serie for lefties and righties. You can download it on this web page. The cursor themes name is same for both lefties and righties, only I use the clause comment of index.theme file, to differentiate them: this is to put a stop to discrimination.


I have tested it under Zorin 11, Cinnamon, KDE, Pantheon, Xfce, Unity, also Gnome 2/3.x and it works great. I decided to upload it, and after will go improving it. 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 dont know how to install a mouse theme with multi-sized property, or for choosing 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, Zorin, KDE, Cinnamon, Pantheon and Xfce.

Thanks,
Marcus Haro.




Changelog:

  • 2016 May 19 v1.0.0 initial release



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     AIO

     
     by darzki on: May 20 2016
     
    Score 63%

    I really enjoy how this pack is taking only one line in System Settings. Way more appealing than million of different entries for one theme.

    One more time, thank you.


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     Re: AIO

     
     by markitos66 on: May 22 2016
     
    Score 50%

    My original idea to do cursor themes, called by me "all in one", began in June 7 of 2013 with Alkano-aio. The idea was different. Now the idea is much better. As you said: "the pack is taking only one line in System Settings. Way more appealing than million of different entries for one theme."

    Exactly, you've got my idea with a few words.

    Thanks for your wise comment,
    Marcus Haro


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