Nice set, only one issue I found. With the teal resize set, it's very off when trying to resize a window. Also, could you make a blue hand link cursor? EDIT: Also, your blue text cursor is kinda off to. Typically, the point is in the center, but this looks like it's at the top, which make selecting text difficult.
yeah i noticed that the red Ibeam's are really off o.o they're too much to the left and down <.<
The first set of X11 conversions is done! It's all the Green cursors, minus the loading one. Still can't figure out how to convert .ani for X11 without making a GIF image for each frame, and even that can't be recompiled I don't think. Anyways, here it is. Instructions for installation and usage will be posted here, as well as in a text file in the archive.
EDIT: Ack! I quickly tested the cursors before uploading them. They're pretty messed up. I know what went wrong, but I'm gunna need about 5 minutes to fix them.
EDIT2: Actually, instead of using the somewhat complex, easy-to-fault "xcursorgen" program in Terminal, I'm going to try using gursormaker. It's graphical, and claims to be simple to use. Good think I've converted all the cursors (and rendered a few of my own) ahead of time as PNGs. I could upload what I've rendered, if you'd like. Simple things, mostly, though.
No, I can't use them because they're animated cursors, correct? Yeah, xcursorgen doesn't convert that to X11.
EDIT: Upon attempting to get gursormaker (which does accept ani) running, I had to install the python module "Numeric". Upon installing "NumPy", formerly known as Numeric, I attempted to run gursormaker. It will only recognize Numeric, which doesn't work anymore, not NumPy, even though they contain the same things. Unfortunately, I'm back to working with xcursorgen in the commandline. It's harder, but at least it works. It'll take more time, unfortunately.
Haha, finally, after getting distracted during the process and playing some SC2 3v3 with a couple of friends, I finally finished it. Tested, and it works. So, here it is!
Instructions (also included in the archive):
A conversion of the Windows StarCraft II cursors made by iMisu, adapted to work in
X11, mainly for Linux users. Each supports many localizations, including English,
Korean, Spanish, French, German, and Russian. More can be added upon request.
If it cannot detect your system language, or if it is not supported, it will
default to English.
To install these icons, go into terminal, and run:
sudo nautilus /file/path/to/shared/icons/
For Debian-based distros, this tends to be "/usr/share/icons/". Hence, you would say:
sudo nautilus /usr/share/icons/
Then, extract the "SC2-Green" folder in this archive to your desktop. Drag it into
the nautilus window, and the cursors are installed. They can be selected and applied
in GNOME by going to System > Preferences > Appearance > Theme > Customize >
Pointer, and selecting "SC2 (Green)".
Please note that you may need to restart X for some of the cursors to properly load.
EDIT: I've also included a tar.gz archive for simpler installation, if you have the proper tools.
If anybody still comes to this forum...I would like to rerequest some requests...take your time on them :)
1. (Black n Blue Protoss set)
2. (A finished and posted Black n Red Protoss busy cursor)
3. (Black n Grey Protoss Set)
4. (A finished Gold n Blue Protoss busy cursor)
5. (Finished Blue/Teal Hyperlink Cursors Large and small)
6. (Posted and working help select, precision select, unavailable, move, and alternate select cursors for all the sets)
7. (Finished Orange Ibeam, resize, and hyperlink cursors)
8. -To Dark RevenantX (moderator) -> Is it possible that you could turn your cursors into .cur files and zip them into a zipped up folder and attach it to a new post so everyone, including me, can try out your cursors?
Just wanted to let you know if you're still there. :) I know it may seem like a lot at first, but you'll do fine. ;)
Today is October 7th 2010 at 8:58.
Ps. I love and adore all of the cursors posted and I almost have a full set. (And could I have directions on how to edit the cursors by myself with what programs and where? I have constantly been trying to use Microsoft Paint to open the .cur files but I can't make it work. Can I have some help?)