Recomendations for larger cursors?

Any recomendation for Gnome larger cursors?

The "large" is still not small enough and is too "dark" for our application. I've been looking into gnopernicus and like oneko, but that isn't cutting it. We are running 3 screens with one mouse and keyboard and the mouse gets lost on the 3 screens very easily.

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Re:Recomendations for larger cursors?

Core 5 seems to have a bunch of new cursors in the redhat-artwork rpm. We may jump to Core 5 and it will be a moot point. Or for the old boxes extract what we need from that and piece it in. Thanks.

Re:Recomendations for larger cursors?

Debian packages can be converted to RPM's using alien. It's also possible to look for the upstream source in a different format or to compile the software from source.

Re:Recomendations for larger cursors?

Yes, we did this (set to large), and it is still too small. We have a system with multiple screens 19' and the resolution is 1280x1024. The "large" is still to small...as the screens are actually not right in front of the user, but spread anywhere between 3' and 5' away. I don't know about the deb package...because these systems are Fedora Core. Thanks for looking though.

Re:Recomendations for larger cursors?

Debian has a package called [url=http://packages.debian.org/big-cursor]big-cursor[/url]

Re:Recomendations for larger cursors?

Googling for gnome large mouse cursors brings up [url]http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/linux/seeing/pointer/enlarging/gnome.shtml[/url]

Re: Recomendations for larger cursors?

I'm looking into gnopernicus. I was just wondering if there was such a thing as a "large mouse cursors" package I could get. I read somewhere there was such a thing, but I couldn't locate it...more googling required...

Re: Recomendations for larger cursors?

I don't have any specific recommendation but you may want to search for accessibility. It seems like large cursors might fall under accessibility.