Brown is beautiful. Come and get it.
Brown Sienna Cursors
I have noticed that the RealWorld website does not have many true brown cursor sets. Also my profile does not have many brown cursor sets either, so I have decided to create my very own Brown Sienna cursor set.
All the 15 cursor roles have a resolution of 48x48 pixels in size.
The link select cursor is a template that I have downloaded and removed the background using Remove.BG site here: https://www.remove.bg/
The other tweaking that I did for the hand cursor such as resizing it was done by me on this image editing website here: https://www.online-image-editor.com/
Lastly, to fine tune the hand cursor, I used the cursor editor pencil tool to draw the fuzzy pixels with black coloring to improve the borders appearance and give the hand cursor and edgy look. To make this cursor more edgy, I had to place one pixel in each nook to make the lines appear smooth rather than jagged. Finally, before saving my results, I slightly extended the thumb so that it has a better and sharper look to fit well with the theme of this cursor set.
Talking about themes, this (Brown Sienna) cursor set is perfect for when creating brown themes in Windows 7.
The online image editor is the best website that allows online users to freely resize images and do other tweaking without losing image quality whilest keeping the aspect ratio of cursors correct.
This is the same type of brown that is available for the old version of paint.
By the way, the new Chromium version of Microsoft Edge web browser has been released for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 on January 15th 2020. This new Edge browser uses the Blink engine. The old legacy Edge browser uses the EdgeHTML which will soon be phased out over time. Download the new Edge browser here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/edge
The above was a bit of Edge browser history. You can download this cursor set or any of my other cursor sets using the new Edge browser without any difficulties because the new Edge browser behaves very much like Google Chrome.
I hope you like my "Brown Sienna" cursor set. I have created it in the classic appearance of the Windows XP cursors, adding slight modifications to all the cursors to avoid breaching Microsoft's copyright ownership laws.