RevRedux
Cursors
Score 49%
Description:

Please note well and dont't mistake:

THIS CURSORS ARE NOT MY WORK
THE TRUE AUTHOR OF THIS CURSORS IS Maur

Go to http://maur.shellscape.net/ for more nice Windows cursors and to see the original RevRedux cursors

Please read the CREDITS and PERMISSION files! I've only ported this cursors to Linux and added a shadow to all.

Please post your comments and enjoy because not all Windows stuff is bad!

By: Luis Camacho

amthrax

12 years ago

Cool cursor.

For those of you having trouble with this cursor theme, in index.theme, change

Inherits=RevRedux

to

Inherits=whiteglass

(or something similarly appropriate). The self-recursive inheritence understandably crashes the client-side component of Xcursor, which is what's causing the problems with applications crashing.

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NewVyse

14 years ago

i cant change this cursors cause i lost my password and mail account so...

anyway they work for me but i will see what i can do

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beowulfs

14 years ago

Tell your friend that he did a great job....my wife who uses Windows wants the windows version, and I love the Linux verson that you have ported. Keep up the good work.

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kerrle

14 years ago

The above poster is right; with this X Theme installed, any new window opened will crash within 1-2 seconds of the mouse being moved over it.

Removing the theme fixed the problem.

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kerrle

14 years ago

I'd also add that it's a shame, as the cursor is very nice.

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illogic-al

14 years ago

...with your cursors.
"i wasted 3 COUNT 'EM T-H-R-E-E hours reinstalling, setting up and other wise messing around with my linux box because of cursors.
CURSORS! CURSORS! A bloody cursor theme! Three hours, a reinstall, because of what? CURSORS!
The POS theme is the RevRedux theme from Kde-look.org. Avoid at all costs. Or at the very least recompile before using it. I'm not sure if that'll help because i'm never using that bloody theme again.
For those wondering the problem was that anytime i type ANYWHERE the page/app/browser that i was typing in would crash. Be it MCC, rpmdrake, kwrite, konqueror or nautilus. I finally figured it out a couple of minutesd ago. I created a new account and everything was fine, then i started copying stuff over from my other account and it started happening again.
I traced it back to the .icons directory where i was using guess what theme? that's right, revredux. i changed back to yellowdot and everything was great."

I posted that at mandrakeusers.org (as fubar::chi) after using your cursors caused any windows i tried to type in to crash. THis started happening only after using your cursor theme. It happened with kde 3.1.1 and kde 3.1.3 (i never used 3.1.2)

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wismerhill

14 years ago

Then why didn't you just remove that cursor theme?
It is normal that you messed up everything again by copying all your files, because you got the cursor theme again.
Anyway, it is just stupid to reinstall your system just for a cursor theme.

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DrakingMan

14 years ago

Hello, this certainly applies to all cursor sets I've tried so far; not to this one in particular, some X window seg faults either immediately upon execution or sometime after, anyone has ran into this?

This one too, and some other sets were good as well, I really looking forward to use them.

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Vyse

14 years ago

Maybe your XFree isn't version 4.3.0?

But I dont think that matters anyway since I tried XFree 4.3.0 cursors on older versions of XFree and the cursors simply doesnt change nothing else occurs.

I think its more likely that you have XFree files corrupted or the filesystem corrupted (or both).

Anyway there is nothing wrong with this cursor set, well there is some missing cursors since it is undocumented, maybe I will decode/edit whiteglass/redglass XFree cursors...

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mrfoolish

13 years ago

Actually, I had a similar problem with both this cursor set and Silver XCursors. When this problem hits, you cannot type text in any window, and any window which you open closes itself after a few seconds.

Changing the index.theme from "Inherits=RevRedux" or "Inherits=Silver", respectively, to "Inherits=whiteglass" (a theme which comes with KDE, at least on Mandrake 9.2) solved my problem. I'm using RevRedux righ now, and it works fine.

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nothingface

14 years ago

like it would work really well on a Gnome desktop (surely the ultimate de ;-)

And it does! Nice work to the artist and your goodself.

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Vyse

14 years ago

I'm sure it looks good on a Gnome Desktop beacause I did them on Gnome :)

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nothingface

14 years ago

Heh, that explains that then :-)

Have posted up a notice on the footnotes forum (gnomesupport.org/forums). This is the first set of cursors that I have seen with a definite gnome feeling to them so figured it would be nice to spread the word.

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Vyse

14 years ago

I've read your post and I thank you because I was looking for a Gnome art site to post this cursors or atleast information about them.

Since you already post info there now i must only look for a Gnome art site to post'em!

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nothingface

14 years ago

You could go to art.gnome.org, oh but I dont think they have an X-Cursors section... Would have to check.

Have fun.

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tawesley

13 years ago

Indeed it does, as I've just stumbled across it and it really suits.

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