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I use Xournal to give lectures and do various other tasks. So far it's taken a little adjustment to write using my wacom tablet but it works fantastically.

My only complaint is the cursor. Xournal appears to override the system defined cursor with a dot cursor. The dot cursor is too small for me to reliably see. Is there a way to adjust the size of the cursor or even give it a different icon?

I've checked the user manual

http://xournal.sourceforge.net/manual.html


My system:
ubuntu studio 12.04
xfce desktop
xournal: 0.4.6~pre20110721-1build1

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If anyone else is still having trouble with this, you can change the cursor type in settings now.

Edit > Preferences > View > Cursor

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  • Truth! 7 years ago when I asked this question said feature didn't exist – N8tron Apr 18 at 21:18
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I found the following work around from 2010:

change the following lines in ~/.xournal/config

highlighter_opacity=.99
startup_tool=highlighter
highlighter_color=black
highlighter_thicknesses=0.85;1.41;2.26

This changes the default tool to highlighter, makes the color black, opaque and gives it the same thicknesses as the pen tool.

Here's where this was suggested:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/xournal/forums/forum/554376/topic/3867709?message=8665099

Maybe I should submit a feature request.

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  • This change is so much better. Microscopic cursor has been driving me crazy. I know 4 years have elapsed but you should definitely submit a feature request! – Leo Simon Sep 12 '16 at 13:23

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