andy at brdstudio.net
Thu Nov 12 19:18:58 EST 2009
Remember this is just an opinion but I feel that the apprentice of Gtk#
applications look very nice on Linux distros like Suse, Fedora, or
Ubuntu but it always seems to that when I look a one of my Gtk#
applications on Windows it does not look nearly as nice in a addition to
missing stock images that seem to be available in all Linux distros.
Maybe I'm doing something wrong but that is how a feel about the
appearance of Gtk# on Windows.
I am of the opinion that aesthetics are important in application
development so if I am able to make my applications look nicer on
Windows I'm going to try.
On 11/12/2009 8:33 AM, Cody Russell wrote:
> On Tue, 2009-11-10 at 12:36 -0500, Andrew York wrote:
>> I have been debating this very same question, my current plans are to
>> specify a theme I supply for Windows rather than relying on the
>> default theme and to specify the images if want for the actions.
>> Initial tests work really well but that is just a prof-of-concept and
>> nothing more I'm sure there are many problems waiting to appear.
>> .I have the same problem I can count on the themes in Linux to help
>> with appearance but on the Windows side it doesn't work too well,
>> because it would rely on users actively seeking out and installing
> Why would you want to specify another theme, or allow users to install
> other themes, than ms-windows?
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