By default the “system” cursor theme is used. This makes GTK prefer cursors that Windows currently uses, falling back to Adwaita cursors and (as the last resort) built-in X cursors.
When any other cursor theme is used, GTK will prefer cursors from that theme, falling back to Windows cursors and built-in X cursors.
Theme can be changed by setting
gtk-cursor-theme-name GTK setting. Users can override GTK settings in the
settings.ini file or at runtime in the GTK Inspector.
Themes are loaded from normal Windows variants of the XDG locations:
gtk-cursor-theme-size setting is ignored, GTK will use the cursor size that Windows tells it to use.
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