Found 2 file extension associations related to CursorFX and 2 file formats developed specifically for use with CursorFX.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
Go to: CursorFX description
Developer: Stardock Corporation
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Developer / company: Stardock
CursorFX is a program for creating fancy cursors for Windows developed by Stardock Corporation. CursorFX is a replacement for Stardock's immensely popular cursor skinning program called CursorXP.
The standard Windows mouse cursor technology has not changed since 1994. That was the release of Windows NT 3.1. A lot has happened to computer technology since 1994 to improve the entire Windows experience. To improve mouse cursors on Windows, a new program called CursorFX has been developed. CursorFX is a program that allows users to change their standard Windows mouse cursors to fully animated, alpha-blended mouse cursors that just look great. Fluid animation, alpha blended smoothness and special effects that look good and improve the ease of use of Windows (such as resizing mouse cursors on the fly, adding button click events, etc.).
size: 128px x 128px (.png with transparency)
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