Looks like this thread has run its course. Should we go ahead and form
some kind of rough guideline and then finalize it?
The only other thing that we really did not discuss was the use of
"pointers/cursors". I personally like the "OpenZone white"
pointer/cursor theme. It is available for Gnome and KDE, but it has a
very nice defined white cursor arrow and white fill. This would give
everyone a standard pointer/cursor theme that they could install.
Once we have completed the agreement on the components of the theme,
I'll commit to looking into creating an installable theme for the Linux
group so that we can easily install it through the Gnome/KDE tools.
Not sure about Mac and Windows as I do not have access to a Mac and I
only have access to an older WindowsXP box.
BTW ... I just read that Jean is away on a short vacation, we do need
her participation on this. No decision should be made without her input.
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