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Axialis CursorWorkshop

Create Your Own High Quality Cursors

$49.95
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Platforms: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7
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You've just killed an entire afternoon of potentially productive work time looking for the right cursors for your application. It would have been worth it if you really did find some that you liked, but there you sit, empty-handed. Why not just grab a copy of Axialis CursorWorkshop and make your own cursors, matched to your exacting specifications?

Axialis CursorWorkshop lets you create high quality cursors suitable for use in Windows applications and on the web. With Axialis CursorWorkshop, you can create both static and animated cursors that feature smooth borders and shadows.

Using the powerful and intuitive editor in Axialis CursorWorkshop, you can use the same image to automatically produce cursors in a variety of formats. You don't even need to bring your own images -- Axialis CursorWorkshop comes out of the box ready to go with drag-and-drop image objects that are well-suited for use in many scenarios. Plus, you get the flexibility of having control over filters, hues, contrast, shadows, and more!

When it comes to animated cursors, Axialis CursorWorkshop gives you the power to edit every individual frame of animation, plus the speed of that animation, with constant feedback in the form of a live preview as your creation comes to life. You can even create animated cursors using existing animations in several popular formats!

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Graham I newed to make large cursors (about 3 times the normal size) I don't seem to be able to do this with this program. Am I missing something ?
Oct 20 2010 at 12:17am Copy Link
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Marc EMILE Hello,

Windows cursor files (.CUR) can contain several image formats (different sizes and color depth). When you create a new cursor you specify the size of the first image format you wish to add to the cursor.

You can choose pre-defined sizes but you can also specify your own custom size. Suppose you want to create a 80x80 pixel cursor. Follow this procedure:

1/ Choose File / New / Static Cursor Project.
2/ Select 80x80 in Custom Size. 
3/ Click OK, you're done. Draw your cursor, or import image objects to make your own.

I recommend thay you also add standard formats such as 32x32 in order to be compatible with all versions of windows. See help for more info about cursors.

Regards,
--Marc


 
Axialis Software - Oct 20 2010 at 7:02pm Copy Link
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