Commit 08608004 authored by Aral Balkan's avatar Aral Balkan
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Updated the documentation to mention the new -b flag.

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# Options:
#
# -m: Installs medium cursor (32×32 pixel)
# -l: Installs large cursor (64×64 pixel)
# -l: Installs large cursor (64×64 pixel)
# -o: Reverts to the original Xcode cursor
# -b: Installs the cursor in the Xcode beta instead of
# the release version.
#
# By default, will install a 16×16 cursor (the same size as the
# original one that comes in Xcode.)
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(Thanks to Julian Richardson for [the tip](http://stackoverflow.com/a/7210916/253485).)
## Installing in Xcode beta
You can install the cursor in the Xcode beta instead of the release version of the app by running:
./install -b
## Limitations
This is not a smart cursor. It will remain white and become hard to use when, for example, you’re renaming a file in the Project Navigator on Xcode’s ambient light background. However, given how much time I spend editing code vs. editing text in other parts of the interface, it’s a tradeoff I’m happy to make.
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