[Mono-dev] Patches for mono-winforms
Steven Boswell II
ulatekh at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 23 00:03:44 UTC 2012
Do you mean Application.EnableVisualStyles()? Our application calls that in its Main() method.
I know I wasn't seeing the indeterminate checkbox when running Mono under Linux, which is why I thought to attempt this change in the first place. Are you saying the indeterminate checkbox looks like the checked checkbox whenApplication.EnableVisualStyles() isn't called?
I use Mono under Linux to write code that's shipped running .NET under MS Windows, but Mono lets me use a development environment (Fedora Core 16) that doesn't drive me up the wall. So my experience with Mono is somewhat limited to that.
From: Jonathan Pobst <monkey at jpobst.com>
To: Steven Boswell II <ulatekh at yahoo.com>
Cc: "mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com" <mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com>
Sent: Sunday, July 22, 2012 4:50 PM
Subject: Re: [Mono-dev] Patches for mono-winforms
Please note that this is controlled by Application.EnableVisualThemes.
Mono mimics the Win32 Classic look that the .NET Framework produces when
you do not call EnableVisualThemes. (Note that if you created a project
in VS or something, this call was automatically added in your Program.cs.)
When EnableVisualThemes is called, the rendering should be controlled by
the OS, so you will see the filled square on Windows 7, but XP is
I think Visual Styles work when Mono runs on Windows. There were some
attempts to write it for GNOME and maybe Mac, but they were never completed.
On 7/22/2012 1:57 PM, Steven Boswell II wrote:
> Enclosed is a patch that implements the drawing of mixed-mode
> checkboxes. Before, Mono just drew the indeterminate state with a check
> mark. Now, it's a blue box, which is closer to what .NET does.
> (Technically, the patch uses the "highlight" color, which is a good
> choice until a more exact idea comes along).
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