Those of us who are users of Xfce we know that to change the cursor theme, we just have to go to Menu »Settings» Mouse »Theme.
But at least in my case this is not entirely effective, because in certain and certain applications, it does not show the theme selected correctly. How do we then make the cursor theme the same for the whole system?
Very simple, what we do is create in our / Home the file .xdefaults and we put the following line in it:
Where Bluecurve-inverse-FC4 is the name of the folder where the cursor theme is located.
That is, if we suppose we have a cursor theme called adwaita, which is in ~ / .icons / Adwaita o / usr / share / icons / Adwaita, then the line would look like this:
We restart the session and voila!