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Obsidian Cursor set

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Obsidian Cursors is a shiny and clean cursor set created in Inkscape based upon the Polar Cursor Theme - created by Eric Matthews [ECHM]

The cursors were created for software released under the GPL license -> [link]

If you want the original cursors for X11 Mouse you can get 'em here -> [link]

Ported to CursorXP by :iconfirstfooter:

Ported to Windows Cursor using CursorXP base by me :iconteft:

Instructions: unzip, right click on obsidian.inf and install

Hope you like it ;)

Changelog:
20090612: Updated, now small version included :new:
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THANK U SO MUCH

ITS A LOT BETTER NOW

Thanks alot, This is one of the looking good cursor.

Awesome! Love it. Thank you

thank you for the quality work, great job

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AMADICH's avatar

Thanks Bro small i Get

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Hi this might be a little weird but is this cursor set installed by default on windows 10 enterprise? because they are in windows/cursor folder every time I install windows 10 I didn't even know its name, there's no set defined in cursors option in control panel but I can create a set by choosing them one by one from cursors folder in windows root directory.
PS: I just checked apparently they're not there in build 1809 but I can swear they were in previous builds.
nnq2603's avatar

It sounds like... a joke? Only possibility I could think of, is that Win10 is a custom build and the creator embed those cursors files right into the ISO and whoever get their build also get the cursors at default. But nearly impossible to have a chance that Microsoft actually set that cursor by default for enterprise edition.

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TelFiRE's avatar
I would love a larger version.
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KimbuPamu's avatar
File is not here anymore :(
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