Upon receiving the Xbox 360 Dashboard Update (Fall 2012), I was anxious to try out a few of the new features. The major one being IE capability. Not that I am the type to cruise the internet on my TV all day long, but the option would be nice. Especially for sites like Reddit. Turns out IE on 360 is reliable about half of the time… go figure. One thing I did like were the cursors Microsoft implemented. If you haven’t seen them on your own dashboard, then check out Pocket-lint for a great photo of what the equivalent of the “link select” cursor looks like.
When I saw them, I got a little hint of that childhood excitement from my days of creating custom icons, and themes for Windows XP. Yea I know, lame right? So I went to work and created a desktop set for my own use. For the time being there are only three cursors, but the set will grow as I get to work on it more.
The cursors included are:
- Normal Select
- Busy (you can use this same cursor for “Working in Background” and is animated)
- Link Select
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