Edit Cursors Online

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Make cursors in browser

It might look like a screenshot, but it is not. Just pick a drawing tool and start painting your cursor directly in the browser.

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my-mouse-pointer.cur - Online Cursor Creator
Mode:Blend pixelsReplace pixels Tools:PencilEraserLineRectangleEllipse
Hot spotFlood fillDropper Effects:ColorizeDrop shadow
Undo
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Clear canvasClassic arrow3D arrowSmooth arrowVista arrowGlass arrowTaillessRealWorld
Gallery

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Saturation+Luminance Hues Alpha
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File name: .cur Tip: Click the question mark to learn how to use this tool... -> Geeky

Getting started

Do not be afraid to experiment. Start by clicking on the canvas, move your mouse while holding the left mouse button down to draw a continuous line. Try out the other tools. When ready, hit the big Download button and save your cursor. Also, learn how to customize your cursor.

Sharing your work

If you are logged-in you may add your cursor to the cursor library by clicking 'Publish' button in the Gallery mini-panel. You can also edit your cursors that are present in the gallery. Visit the page of your cursor and click the 'Edit picture' link on that page.

Need more power?

RealWorld Cursor Editor allows you to create animated cursors and is more comfortable to use. And free!

Recent comments

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user icon Anonymous on April 4th

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8-) ;-)

user icon Anonymous on April 5th

You can put the cursor where ever you want with the aim looking thing (http://www.rw-designer.com/oce/res/hot-spot.png). If you want to make an animated one you have to Download the Cursor maker (http://www.rw-designer.com/cursor-maker). For me its a 5/5 :-D :-) 8-) !!

If you want to put it as your Cursor (Windows 10) you have to
1. go to settings, choose Devices and then choose mouse and touchpad. In the Right top corner should be a text saying Additional mouse settings. Click it and a pop-up window should appear(https://www.maketecheasier.com/assets/uploads/2018/01/customize-mouse-windows-10-mouse-properties.jpg) saying Mouse Properties.
2. Then click the text saying Pointers (http://support.hp.com/doc-images/585/c04855005.jpg) and then click Browse. Then another pop-up window should appear showing different kind of pointers.
3. Click This Computer and then the location of your custom Cursor (Downloaded files/files etc.) after choosing your custom pointer by double-clicking it it should show the pointer in the location of the already chosen mouse cursor (normal choosing etc.)
4. after clicking (Apply) choose ok and your done.

MORE: If you want your default cursor you have to repeat all steps but instead of choosing Browse choose Use Default. Thats it. Rememper to always click Apply first, then OK. 8-) :-D :-)

With Windows 7 you have to press Windows, then search Mouse and then the same steps from here: https://www.maketecheasier.com/assets/uploads/2018/01/customize-mouse-windows-10-mouse-properties.jpg (sorry for the Windows 10 backround |-) )
Your Welcome!! :-D :-D 8-) 8-) :-) ;-)

user icon Anonymous on April 6th

COOL <3 2019

user icon Anonymous on April 6th

Hey, I like it! It's like Microsoft Paint but for making cursors and publishing them to the site. Just incredible!

user icon inactive4everiquit registered user on April 8th

Cool Web Tool/Software. :-D

user icon Anonymous on April 10th

awesome!!!!!!! :-D

user icon dabber#1 registered user on April 12th

true, really nice
8-) :-o :-( :-o

user icon Anonymous on April 15th

Super! Thank you guys! Imazing tool.

user icon Alano registered user yesterday

Nice :-D

user icon Anonymous about 15 hours ago

cool :-D

user icon Anonymous
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