On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 8:11 AM, Tom Horsley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> So, I wanted to examine the cursors in the default theme to see
> if they were the source of the horrible looking things I see
> in firefox, etc.
> Apparently they are Xcursor(3) format files.
> Any viewer tools for these things available? All I can
> find are tools to create them from images, not tools
> to look at 'em after they are created.
Could not find a viewer. As an alternative I downloaded the source
rpm for dmz-cursor-themes and there are two directories that have png
and svg files with all of the cursors:
[mike@watson rpmbuild]$ ls dmz
COPYING dmz-preview.png dmz-preview.svg dmz.svg pngs
[mike@watson rpmbuild]$ ls dmz-aa
COPYING dmz-aa-preview.png dmz-aa-preview.svg dmz-aa.svg pngs
Kind a tedious way to get a peek, especially if you want to compare
different themes, but it works.
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