Released on March 1st 2012.
This version adds support for animated GIFs and can convert animated cursors to animated GIFs (or PNGs) for web publishing or vice versa. The built-in optimizer produces high quality yet small GIF files.
Another new and unique feature is proper support for Windows 7 multi-resolution cursors. The user interface of the editor was adjusted to allow comfortable editing and application of effects
Released on August 31st 2009. Old version archive.
This version got updates from Paint.COM and it now supports layers in both the image editor and the cursor editor. The editor does not differentiate between static and animated cursors anymore. The 3D module was removed and it will be available as a separated download later.
The application remains available under a freeware license.
Released on October 14th 2007. Old version archive.
This version features a redesigned raster editor with many improvements. The editor can display an image at arbitrary (non-integral) zoom, drawn shapes do not need to start and end on pixel boundaries and filters can be applied by executing mouse gestures.
The cursor and image editor is distributed as freeware for both non-commercial and commercial purposes. An optional shareware module for 3D cursor authoring' is available.
The software is fully compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista and supports high-DPI modes.
Released on June 17th 2006. Old version archive.
The first version of Cursor Editor is capable of: