Author Topic: [CURSORS] Simple_Cursors  (Read 1381 times)

Offline Christian Madsen

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[CURSORS] Simple_Cursors
« on: May 21, 2015, 20:11:52 »
Just wanted a clean and simple set of cursors for my maps. Ended up with these.

Some of the icons are influenced from other map cursors in the forum. All is drawn by me and free for all to use. The compass needle is inspired by a competition compass from Silva. Have fun.

HOW TO USE  IT:
Download the file.
Put the "Simple_Cursors.zip" file in "Locus/icons/cursors/". Do not unpack it.
In Locus, go to "Settings -> Map - objects & style", click on "Map cursors" and choose "Simple_Cursors".

« Last Edit: August 25, 2015, 06:18:39 by Christian Madsen »
 

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Re: [CURSORS] Simple_Cursors
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2015, 19:11:24 »
VER 2.0 of the icons. Some small changes.

The current move arrow was to complex for the theme. Changed it to a simple inverted "v".

The gps symbol is altered so that the outermost ring is thicker when not moving. When moving, the ring will go thin and the move arrow gets thick instead. I think this makes it easier to se the difference between the two modes.

Hope you like it.


 

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Re: [CURSORS] Simple_Cursors
« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2015, 16:16:22 »
Another update. Ver 2.5 I guess :-)

Changed ic_location_cross,  ic_location_view and ic_rotate_arrow to better fit the total look and feel of the theme.
Slightly increased size and contrast to make it easier to use in daylight.
Made three versions: mdpi, hdpi and xhdpi. Separated in folders.

Ic_location_cross now has crosshairs with a black dot in the middle. I think this works better than the previous "boxed" version.
Ic_location_view is altered with dotted lines,  to make it more distinctive from the inverted v in the move cursor.
Ic_rotate_arrow is remodeled to look more like the rest of the cursors. The former was to different from the theme.

Enjoy.



« Last Edit: August 25, 2015, 06:09:17 by Christian Madsen »