My father is an 83 years old very active man. He enjoys to work on his Fujitsu 17" laptop with openSuse KDE3.5 installed and with a very high resolution. Unfortunately his eyes are not as “highly resolving” as the monitor anymore.
I managed to up-size nearly everything conveniently, but one thing: the mouse cursor. I found an alternative cursor on kde look org (cursor extra large) but in reality it is still compared with the ideal solution, much too small. Often he remains frustrated to find the cursor on the screen.
Is there any possibility to up-size extremely the mouse-cursor in kde 3.5 and where can this be done.
I think this solution if found would proof useful for everybody with elderly parents at home enjoying PCs.
Thanks Camaléon, but he has already this cursor installed. Now it would be helpfull to know where the setting of cursor size is in KDE (in gnome he tells it). I would neet to set the cursor to 50 to be well fitted.
> Thanks Camaléon, but he has already this cursor installed. Now it would
> be helpfull to know where the setting of cursor size is in KDE (in gnome
> he tells it). I would neet to set the cursor to 50 to be well fitted.
I am using it right now is very big. If you a bigger one, well, maybe you
can download and use another theme :-?
Just one thing: you have to “relogin” so the cursor theme take effect.