where can I found the default mouse theme
I am running slackware-current (14 rc 4) and using sbopkg installed lxappearance;
That changed however my default slackware xcfe4 mouse theme; I love the standard mouse theme of Kde 3 (and possibly one of the fist macintosh mouse themes). Where do I find it? If I change to kde using xwmconfig then choose classic I have it but it will not persist. (Incidentally, these problems also occurred when using Salix). Any suggestions where I should look?
So far rc4 is running brilliantly.
Settings > Mouse and Touchpad > Themes.
"Default" is the first on the list.
Edit in: Just re-read your message. Sorry, I'm not familiar with "lxappearance." Perhaps, you need to start the Xfwm-4 windows manager?
Sorry, that I was a little short on information here. I would like to know where I can find the theme under / ; smthg like /usr/share/icons (under which I did not find it)
I did a
Judging from your description, we might have a similar problem. I'm using Xfce 4.8 and I installed the Aero Mouse Cursor Themes, basically a nice Windows Seven mockup. Unfortunately I have some inconsistent mouse pointer behaviour, which means sometimes the mouse cursor reverts to the default black theme instead of the glossy white drop shadow theme.
I found a workaround for this. I simply linked the cursor theme I wanted to use (aero-large-drop) to the default icon theme. Here's how it looks like:
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