Shipping a cursor theme with KDE

Sebastian Kuegler sebas at
Sat Dec 29 23:45:45 GMT 2007

On Saturday 29 December 2007 17:57:22 Riccardo Iaconelli wrote:
> On Saturday 29 December 2007 13:51:47 Sebastian Kuegler wrote:
> > On Saturday 29 December 2007 13:38:52 Rafael Fernández López wrote:
> > > BTW, I have just noticed that the cursor "working on foreground" is  
> > > "reset" in a strange way. It is very noticeable the small jump shapes  
> > > get when going back to the beginning. That won't happen with the  
> > > "working on background" cursor when testing it with the kcm.
> >
> > Same behaviour here. It happens for example in systemsettings when
> > opening the Appearance dialogues.
> "Working on background" = "Working on foreground" = watch (the two spinning
> balls without the pointer), right?
> On system settings it's not my fault. It happens with any cursor theme,
> it's systemsettings that behaves like that. On any other application that
> doesn't happen. Probably it does set multiple times the busy (watch)
> cursor, which forces a reload of the cursor and obviously resets of the
> animation.
> In KCM (like in any other application) this doesn't happen because the
> cursor is not set and reset several times, but (as it should be) it is just
> once.
> If you're talking of something else, there's a very small glitch in the
> lightning of the balls, which I'm correcting right now, but in any case
> it's almost unnoticeable (at least on white), and does not affect the
> animation.

I was talking about the systemsettings flickering. Thanks for having a look. I 
didn't notice it with other apps ...
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