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For the longest time, I used to be able to blank out the index.theme file under /usr/share/icons/default for my cursor theme (which was typically set to Adwaita). This would result in a classic and old-school look with a classic set of cursors, including the stopwatch cursor for busy states, etc. Since Wayland has started taking over, it seems my old trick doesn't work anymore. Is there a way to restore the classic bare-bones cursor theme (or rather non-theme), or does an installable theme exist elsewhere I can pull into GNOME? submitted by /u/SwimSwimHungry [link] [comments]

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Hi, I've never posted here yet, sorry if this is the wrong place. I'm looking for a 'chunk' of Linux source code that looks 'programmy' for an art project. I don't want to find some bullshit pseudocode, since I think that using the actual source code feels cool. Does anyone know where such a chunk might exist? The GitHub page feels pretty damn impenetrable. submitted by /u/linky00 [link] [comments]

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