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Old 03-13-2006, 07:14 PM   #1
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SELECTING the old X11 Cursor Theme


Does anyone know how to select the old X11 Cursor Theme in SuSE 10/GNOME?
I'm pretty sure that's what it's called..the plain old cursor theme with the small black arrow, the black stop watch, and all the one's in Solaris.

Sounds kind of strange that I would need to know this, but the default Industrial cursor theme, as well as all the others available in SuSE 10 seem to slow down my computer, but not the X11 ones.. I found a half solution to it; Run GNOME Configuration Editor, and select peripherals under Desktop -> GNOME, then clearing the text for the cursor theme value, however it still shows the Industrial theme when running some applications such as YaST2 .. I cannot have this.
I need to be able to select the theme as a permanent solution.

Any help?


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