Cursor Set - Reverse Transparent

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Reverse Transparent Cursors

Reverse Transparent
  • Published on April 18th 2010 by .
  • Released under the Release to Public Domain license.
2.5 out of 5 stars. (2 reviews) Log-in to add your review.

These are not invisible! They are reverse transparency. Reverse or inverse transparency shows up exactly the opposite color of whatever you mouse over. These work a lot different than they look and I don't see many others like this on the boards. White and black borders make it easier to see on gray backgrounds. Very useful since you can always see, but fun since they change color as you roll over different colors.

Tags: □ Transparent


by winger

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Recent reviews and comments

user icon Sethelis registered user on April 18th 2010


user icon zaqovt registered user on September 19th 2010

4.5 out of 5 stars.

Glad to see someone else making these. Good job.

user icon t_anders registered user on April 1st 2011

how do you make those? :-o

user icon Anonymous on May 28th 2011

Copy a basic Windows transparent cursor and use it as a starting point. Some operations just don't work so you have to experiment.

user icon bisumito registered user on July 26th 2011


user icon Anonymous on January 12th 2014

You can always see these cursors *except* when the background colour is pure grey, in which case the inverse colour is identical so will not be distinguishable.

user icon Adam registered user on April 4th

0.5 out of 5 stars.

:'( |-)

user icon Anonymous