Cursor Set - Oxygen-White

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Oxygen-White Cursors

Oxygen-White
  • Published on May 31st 2011 by .
  • Released under the Free Art (copyleft) license.
4.9 out of 5 stars. (10 reviews) Log-in to add your review.

These are the original Oxygen-White cursors of KDE4 used in openSUSE.

For the Linux-User:
You can find them in the following folder:
usr\share\icons.

Enjoy, rate, download and comment.


Tags: Computer Linux □ White

Resources

by Erik

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Recent reviews and comments

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user icon Anonymous on September 11th 2015

Good Cursor,Awesome
Clap Clap Erik :-D 8-)

~Andre~

user icon The Muffin Man contributing user on December 8th 2015

5 out of 5 stars.

Cool!

user icon daitalos registered user on December 31st 2015

4.5 out of 5 stars.

Very Nice! Minimal theme.. :-)

user icon daitalos registered user on December 31st 2015

4.5 out of 5 stars.

:-o

user icon daitalos registered user on December 31st 2015

4.5 out of 5 stars.

:-D

user icon Anonymous on January 25th 2016

Love it! Looks a lot like Linux/Ubuntu.

user icon Anonymous on February 13th 2016

:-)NICE

user icon Anonymous on May 24th 2016

can i use this for windows?

user icon Anonymous on July 20th 2016

:-(i dont know how to get it to wotrk/how do i make it my cursor???
Please answer.

user icon The Muffin Man contributing user on January 18th

5 out of 5 stars.

@Anonymous who wrote:

:-(i dont know how to get it to wotrk/how do i make it my cursor???
Please answer.

Do this:

  • Download the cursor set, right click on the folder and click Extract All in the menu, and click Extract.
  • Go to the start menu and type Mouse in the search bar. It should appear.
  • Click on the Pointers Tab.
  • Click on the cursor role and click Browse. Find the folder of the cursors (it's usually in the downloads) and select the cursor that matches its role.
  • Repeat with the other roles.
  • Click OK if you like the set. Click Apply if you are still deciding on another set.

Hope that helps! (Anonymous, you have been here in 2016, so I don't think you are on here anymore.)
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user icon Anonymous