I've seeing that this theme has become it a very popular topic, so I decided to make some changes to improve it. I will appreciate any comments about this mouse theme.
I did it a lot of changes to improve it: please see them on Changelog section. It has new pointers and animations. I added some cursors symlinks needed to Steam, and all required for KDE and Gnome. I did it, for people who want to have the cursor always visible. Easy to see!
This X11 mouse theme has 48 pixels, and is flat: not degraded and no blurs. I have tested it in KDE with Kwin, Gnome 2.x, Gnome 3.x, Unity and it works great.
This theme has a lot modifications of DMZ theme.The modification idea is to put a yellow background to each DMZ cursors. You never will lose it sight. I changed the left_ptr_watch and watch cursor, and I added animations for them, you will can see, one of them, in the screenshot number two. Cursor is looking well in both dark and clear backgrounds. If you find any errors, please let me know in the comments section.
HOW TO INSTALL IT
[li]0- Download cursor pack[/li]
[li]1- Extract it as root to /usr/share/icons/, open a terminal as root and use next command:
tar --directory=Downloads -zxf Downloads/157167-ycDMZ.tar.gz && mv Downloads/ycDMZ /usr/share/icons/[/li]
[li]2- Change cursor theme with desktop setting tools.[/li]
[li]3- If you want to make it the default cursor and see this cursor theme on login screen KDM, you must edit as root the index.theme system file located in /usr/share/icons/default. Use next command:
and then change the name present after of "=", sign to ycDMZ[/li]
ON GNOME or UNITY
[li]2- Choose the cursor theme ycDMZ. Use next command:
sudo ln -fs /usr/share/icons/ycDMZ/cursor.theme /etc/alternatives/x-cursor-theme[/li]
[li]3- Select ycDMZ cursor theme with MyUnity, gnome-tweak-tool, ubuntu-tweak, or another Desktop Setting Tools.[/li]
Download install and enjoy it! Thanks.