On Mittwoch, 24. Februar 2016, 23:19:54 wrote Lisi Reisz: > From where can one source the mouse cursors you reference? Aah, somewhat difficult: I collected them mostly between 2005 and 2007, a 2nd batch around 2010, plus I did some manual repairs ... I will gladly provide them, but in total they encompass 213 MB uncompressed. Either we need some exchange place for the whole chunk or you select specific cursor sets ... > Just a general google search? What re oyu showing in your screen-shot? I'm showing the TDE mouse cursor selection dialog, the keywords given should help to search for them -- much more information I do not have myself anymore. > It looks much better than I remember the KDE eye candy page looking. As kde-look (and the similar named of the other desktops) IMHO lack useful * tagging or categorisation facilities, * powerful search filters, * actually meaningful previews and descriptions (just eye-candy, but no useful indication of ergonomy, design goals and principles, intended use cases (large screen, small screen, mouse or touch driven interface, casual vs. extended use, ...) * rating differentiation (e.g. independent rating dimensions "aesthetic", "ergonomic") they degraded to large junkyards, were you have to dig for hours, just to find the rare gems. ciao, ThoMaus -- "'Breeze Plasma5' -- finally bringing LTS (leaning toothpick syndrome) to the desktop"