Re: messed up cursor

tim (afterstep@nsr500.net)
Thu, 18 Dec 2003 11:32:06 -0800


Hi Mike;

Never actually tried to play with cursors but number/name associations 
appear to be in ./afterstep/feels/feel.cursors (at least in the 1.8.11 
sources), so it could be a 'compile time association/config file selection' 
mechanism.

rgds,
tim.

...
CustomCursor 4 move.xbm move.xbm.mask
CustomCursor 1 cursor.xbm cursor.xbm.mask
CustomCursor 2 cursor.xbm cursor.xbm.mask
CustomCursor 3 cursor.xbm cursor.xbm.mask
CustomCursor 6 cursor.xbm cursor.xbm.mask
CustomCursor 8 kill.xbm kill.xbm.mask
CustomCursor 7 iconify.xbm iconify.xbm.mask
CustomCursor 5 xm_hour32 xm_hour32m
...

MIKE G ROSING wrote:
> So how do I make this
> 
> 
>>Cursor 2 68
> 
> 
> grab this
> 
>>>ls -l /usr/local/share/afterstep/desktop/cursors
>>
>>total 72
>>-rw-r--r--    1 root     root          336 Oct 18 13:02 cursor.xbm
> 
> 
> data?  The file /usr/include/X11/cursorfont.h just
> contains some defines, there's no connections to
> the .xbm or .xbm.mask files.  In cursorfont.h it
> has
> 
> #define XC_left_ptr 68
> 
> but Cursor 2 is giving me
> 
> #define XC_X_cursor 0
> 
> Where is the connection between numbers and file
> names?
> 
> Patience, persistence, truth,
> Dr. mike
> 
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