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RIDDLER (2021-03-19 20:11:09):

I guess we should have a tag named binary so that I could properly assign binary as the proper tag for this cursor set.

There goes a dazzling black theme binary set of cursors for Windows 10 enthusiasts who want some dark look to their desktop.

inactive account (2021-03-19 21:03:03 / 5 stars):

Wow, these are mindblowing! They are classic and modern at the same time

RIDDLER (2021-03-19 21:09:13):

Yeah, that's right. Those cursors and mind blowing with a touch of classic and modern feel to them. I have more of those cursor sets to upload so check them all. I have more for you to check. I am sure you will like them.

Zebra Zed (2021-03-20 01:40:03 / 5 stars):

Oh, I like these.

RIDDLER (2021-03-20 01:40:58):

That's great. I like them too.

Unknown author (2021-04-01 06:11:00):

have this cursor in small mode?

RIDDLER (2021-04-01 10:09:23):

I don't have a small mode version of this set. That's the only standard size made by Hopachi. I like the way this size is for this cursor set.

RIDDLER (2021-04-02 13:24:53):

There are two new busy cursors. Download them if you need those additional waiting cursors. There are now 20 cursor roles in total in this cursor pack.

RIDDLER (2021-06-01 20:54:53):

This cursor set now has 22 cursor roles, with the new addition of the two new hourglasses cursor roles.

Unknown author (2021-06-08 14:30:28):

I love .ani cursors because they are animated, so they're not static and boring.

RIDDLER (2021-06-09 05:53:15):

I do also prefer .ani cursors over static ones as well. They are much better because they are animated.

꧁ Illusion ꧂ (2021-07-08 06:48:43 / 5 stars):

These Are Classic, Well Animated I Would Like To Call Windows And Say That They Should Use These Cursors For Their Windows 100...Hopefully They Will Agree!

RIDDLER (2021-07-08 20:10:26):

You can contact Microsoft and ask them to add this cursor set into Windows 11. Microsoft can add more cursor schemes into Windows 11. You can ask them this on the Windows Feedback Hub. Just remember to sign in with your Microsoft account prior to posting your ideas and suggestions on the Feedback Hub.

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