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Bobcat (2020-12-04 07:15:14 / 5 stars):

Wowwwwwwwwwww so creative and cuuute! I like that the person one is actually a panda person :-D. I also like what the panda does in working in background... snackin'! You should make the help panda confused, not happy, though. :-)

dingdongdie (2020-12-04 13:24:00):

thank you! and yeah, that would be a good idea! i mainly just wanted to make a more relaxed 'hmm?' kinda questioning hhhhh

Bxddie.com (2020-12-06 00:56:30):

How do I put it as my actual cursor?

dingdongdie (2020-12-06 00:58:40):

here's like a really long thing of instructions i wrote on another set i made:

(hopefully you're on windows, idk how to do it on anything else)
after downloading the cursors, go to settings > devices > mouse. then click 'additional mouse options'. from here a window should open up called mouse properties. click the 'pointers' tab. in the 'customize' section, click on the cursor you want to change, and press the browse button below the section. find the downloaded file and open it, then repeat for any other cursors you'd like to change. once done, click 'apply', and then you may close the tab. your cursors should now be set :))

some things to note:
1. make sure the cursor you're applying matches the one you're trying to set. (for example, if you're changing the 'normal select' cursor, the file you choose should be '01Normal Select' here.

2. after downloading the cursor files, move the folder containing them to the Cursor folder (found in This PC > Windows-SSD [your system's driver] > Windows > Cursors). This ensures that your cursor files don't corrupt after turning your PC on.

i hope that wasn't too confusing, i kind of wrote a lot haah

Huh_ (2020-12-06 19:06:18 / 5 stars):

Super cute and kawaii! And also super original. I love the fact that you used bamboo in the set, it sticks perfectly with the panda theme

dingdongdie (2020-12-06 19:15:28):

thank you so much, it's really nice of you to say that!

Unknown author (2020-12-07 02:51:46):

I want it to be my cursor

ⓟⓘⓚⓐⓒⓗⓤⓡⓤⓢ (2020-12-07 07:00:20 / 0.5 stars):

씨발 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-)

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ⓟⓘⓚⓐⓒⓗⓤⓡⓤⓢ (2020-12-08 01:41:45):

rvgrgrv

I'll use it

lzwg888 (2020-12-26 10:04:12 / 5 stars):

welcome you come to China Sichuan to visit big panda :-D

dingdongdie (2020-12-27 01:17:56):

haha id love to, if i ever get the chance!

Unknown author (2021-01-08 19:33:52):

Awesome! Totally recommend! :-D

Unknown author (2021-01-27 21:11:06):

how the heck do i put it on

Unknown author (2021-02-02 12:58:50):

thanks

Unknown author (2021-02-18 04:12:38):

I recommend this cursor, it's very kawaii! Now my sister is trying to get it! Heh,

:- ;-) ;-) ;-) ;-) ;-) ;-) ;-)

Very cool! Hotspots are correct. Not many colours

Unknown author (2021-03-31 01:05:01):

THIS IS SO CUTE OMG I LOVE IT |-)

Unknown author (2021-04-18 23:11:11):

this matches my aesthetic ty 8-) |-)

Unknown author (2021-12-04 16:17:22):

omgg ur cursors are besttt

BAZZI (2021-12-06 08:34:00):

here's like a really long thing of instructions i wrote on another set i made:

(hopefully you're on windows, idk how to do it on anything else)
after downloading the cursors, go to settings > devices > mouse. then click 'additional mouse options'. from here a window should open up called mouse properties. click the 'pointers' tab. in the 'customize' section, click on the cursor you want to change, and press the browse button below the section. find the downloaded file and open it, then repeat for any other cursors you'd like to change. once done, click 'apply', and then you may close the tab. your cursors should now be set :))

some things to note:
1. make sure the cursor you're applying matches the one you're trying to set. (for example, if you're changing the 'normal select' cursor, the file you choose should be '01Normal Select' here.

2. after downloading the cursor files, move the folder containing them to the Cursor folder (found in This PC > Windows-SSD [your system's driver] > Windows > Cursors). This ensures that your cursor files don't corrupt after turning your PC on.

i hope that wasn't too confusing, i kind of wrote a lot haah

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