Cursor Set - Thomas's Custom

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Thomas's Custom Cursors

Thomas's Custom
  • Published on March 25th 2022 by .
  • Released under the Release to Public Domain license.
5 out of 5 stars. (1 review) Log-in to add your review.

My custom cursors
Made with paint.net and cursor-ified with the rw-designer tool.

Tested in Windows 10 at 3840x2160 with 200% scaling and 1920x1080 with 100% scaling, issues in other operating systems and resolutions should be pointed out in the comments.

Location Select and Person Select and Handwriting added at 7:04 PM


Tags: □ Multicolored Windows 10 □ Transparent □ White

Resources

by Thomas Seeds

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Recent reviews and comments

user icon RIDDLER registered user on March 25th 2022

5 out of 5 stars.

OK. I'll rate it 5 stars.

user icon Anonymous on March 29th 2022

<script>window.alert("test")</script>

user icon Thomas Seeds registered user on March 30th 2022

Why did you try to make an alert appear? any decently coded website is not going to treat your comment as code, it will be treated as a string/plain text.

user icon eeveelover64 registered user on March 31st 2022

i think they were testing something out?

user icon Thomas Seeds registered user on April 1st 2022

maybe, but as i said, it would not work, comments are not treated as code, their best bet would be a actual interpreter

user icon Anonymous