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By cameronric at 2005-03-21 21:27
I've had a project where I had to get rid of the mouse in a kiosk. But the client still wanted the mouse in normal development mode.
Mozilla uses its own default directory for its cursor /usr/share/icons/Bluecurve. So go to /usr/share/icons and do cp -a Bluecurve Bluecurve.bak. Now edit /usr/share/icons/default/index.theme and modify the "inherits" field to say Bluecurve.bak. Create a transparent icon (from Gimp or whatever) and save it as a png file (say blankcursor.png). Create a file called cursor.conf with the following in it: