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White Cursor by 1davi White Cursor by 1davi
Since I got tired of using the Mac OS cursor on Windows and couldn't find a good alternative, I made my own cursor.

I was going to upload a gif image for the preview, but dA won't let me, so if you wanna see the gif click here: [link]
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Esco140 Featured By Owner Edited Nov 19, 2014
Nice cursor man... congratulations for you! is realy... Nice cursor thanks!
BencsikErika Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014  New member
exacly what i want :D
SoTotallyToby Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2014
Looks pretty cool :) Thanks man!
Hodryk Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
Beautiful! Great job man,i love it :D !
1davi Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Thank you!
Bro-Sky Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014
I used a few years "Fedora inverse" for their cleanliness, precision and small size. Switched to these for even greater accuracy and smaller size. A huge thank you!
1davi Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
No problem, glad you liked it!
allannyholm Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014
I'm interested in bringing these to OS X. I've already done a so-called cape for use with an app called Mousecape.

I've had to create some cursors of my own because there are more on OS X. 

Would you like to take a look at them before you decide anything? I can send off the cursors I've dealt with.
1davi Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
To tell the truth I've been using a hackintosh in the last weeks and I was looking for an app like that!
I tried creating a cape but how do I put multiple images for the frames? Can you send me yours so I can have a look?
allannyholm Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
Hey -- sure.

I've uploaded my attempt at recreating your wait cursor from the GIF you provided.…

You essentially create a 32x32px(or the size of your cursor) by as many frames you need. I think 24 frames is maximum though. Place the images center or in a corner. Just make sure they line up or the cursor will jump a little. 

I couldn't quite figure out how to let the animation "meet" so that it was a smooth operation. I bet you can.

I have as you might have guessed done a cape based on your cursors for myself only. I can upload the cape and send you a private note with a link in it.
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