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Is it possible to change the cursor shape in Ubuntu desktop ? Also is it possible change the cursor shape, when the mouse pointer is inside a certain region ?

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First of, about the cursor shape. There are quite a few themes in the Ubuntu Software Center, which you can download. Changing the cursor is easiest with Unity Tweak Tool, at least IMHO.

Second, about the certain region. Oxygen cursor themes, which I installed just now, look just as show in screen shot in the Ubuntu Software Center, but when I hover the pointer over task launcher or drop down menu in firefox, it changes appearance to default. Is this something you wanted?

Extra stuff: Oneko and xeyes are two programs that "follow " the cursor movement. Oneko is cat chasing cursor, and xeyes is (well, what else?) eyes . There's also an icon slicer program in Software Center, and I downloaded it, but couldn't figure out how to use it, so I'll mention it only as a side note.

Unity Tweak Tool

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xeyes. The cursor doesn't appear in the screenshot,though

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