(118 replies, posted in Creative)

Nope, you dont need anything, and you don't need to open them. But you have to place them where I told you in post #52

Then, if you want to use your new cursors, you can set your mouse tools in the Setting Panel


(118 replies, posted in Creative)

What version of Windows do you have? There's usually a tool that comes with Windows that allow you to extract ZIP files. Once extracted, you need to place the cursors in your Cursors folder. That's in


If you don't have any tool to extract Zip files, you can try to find WinZip on the web, or if you want, I could send you an old version of it via email.

I also joined .GIF files in the zips, simple pictures to remind you what you downloaded exactly. The cursors are the .ANI and .CUR files, that's what you need to put in your Cursors folder.


(118 replies, posted in Creative)

Ok, upload #2 !  More free goodies from your new fellow creator Terra. wink

Cursors this time. I had made them for my sweetie (sir Drakus up here) but he said I could share them with you too, so here they are.

First, this is a simple 2-colors (black and white) cursor with the shape of the Mando Skull. Because of the direction the mouse arrow has to be, I had to rotate the symbol. I've put it on a striped background so you can plainly see that the area around the cursor itself is completely transparent. Click on the link below the picture to download the zipped cursor of the Skull.

http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games … ullCur.zip

Got 3 more little cursors for you, simple arrows in the colors of Boba.

A Dark static arrow, a Dark Animated arrow, and a Green static arrow. The Dark Animated cursor is very similar to the static Dark one, but it has a part that will flash from black to grey. The area around the cursor is completely transparent too, as you can see on the pictures.

http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games … rkCurs.zip

http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games … eenCur.zip

Nothing too fancy, I wanted to keep the files small, so the cursors won't lag your PC when you use them. I hope you like.

Enjoy! smile


(118 replies, posted in Creative)

Thanks a lot guys, for your interest in my creations. Your appreciation is really encouraging.



(118 replies, posted in Creative)

Lack of color is really bugging you, huh?? Ok let me add two colored versions just for you.

http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games/Gifts/GREEN34.jpg  http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games/Gifts/RUST320.jpg

Here's the link for a display page for the 2 colored ones:

http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games … colors.htm

But to be honest, I'm really not sure if they'd work as well as the others for the site. hmm


(118 replies, posted in Creative)

Here is an example of what I mean :


Look at the texture at the left. That's what I am suggesting here. smile


(118 replies, posted in Creative)

I'll use this thread to share the little things I'll do. I'll be starting with a suggestion for the site. smile

Hey guys, never thought of using a background texture to fill the empty space on each side of the site's main layout, so it feels less... empty?

I made 4 of them that you could check out if you'd like, and if you want to see how it would look like spread on a column, I've placed them in a .htm page for display.

http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games/Gifts/BW07.jpg  http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games/Gifts/BW12.jpg  http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games/Gifts/BW34.jpg  http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games/Gifts/BW320.jpg

Here is the link to the display page :
http://www.geocities.com/magincia_games … xtures.htm

Admins, people, please tell me what you think. If any is good enough for the site, feel free to use it.

Enjoy! smile