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  1. I stand corrected, the standard cursors can be changed. What I'm guessing, though, is that its a separate image embedded in the .cur file, and when the option is selected, it uses that instead of the normal one. I draw this conclusion from the fact that I'm using a non-standard cursor, and even with the cursor shadows option enabled, I don't see a shadow below mine, leading me to believe that it isn't handled by the OS. Of course, your guess is as good as mine at this point.
  2. AFAIK, you can't turn off the cursor shadows (though lower res cursors don't have shadows, if that's what you're thinking of).
  3. Nope, even when Microsoft was making their icons (http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms997636.aspx#winxpicons_step2), they added their own drop shadow.
  4. Drop Shadow plugin with (maybe) a :GaussianBlur: Gaussian Blur to soften the edges for your shadow. To make things transparent, just delete the background color, using your Magic Wand to select an area.
  5. Here's two things I made: This is where I tried to emulate those similar looking T-Shirts, with some success. Imageshack was being mean to me here; It kept resizing my picture. The real effect is only viewable at higher resolutions, but you can kinda see it here.