A wrapper around the GTK+ rendering engine

Ivan Akulinchev ivan.akulinchev at gmail.com
Thu Jul 2 04:25:39 CDT 2015

Hi Ruslan,

Thanks for your feedback.

It's very interesting, I'll try to fix it.

As mentioned above, I don't want to replace the standard Wine's
implementation, it should be an optional feature.


02.07.15 11:05, Ruslan Kabatsayev wrote:
> If something, this should be optional. This library already doesn't
> work with oxygen-gtk3 (the buttons and everything are all flat color
> without any borders, see screenshot [1]), and is unlikely to start
> working in future (because oxygen-gtk isn't css-based and relies on
> widget structure, which is likely not what the library expects). And I
> personally wouldn't like to have to set some special GTK preference
> for wine.
> [1]: http://6g6.eu/sih0-snapshot156.png
> On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 9:24 PM, Stefan Dösinger
> <stefandoesinger at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Am 2015-06-30 um 23:39 schrieb Ivan Akulinchev:
>>>> Here is the link: https://github.com/akulinchev/uxthemegtk (see
>>>> the screenshots at the bottom of the page)
> I like the idea, and the screenshots look really nice!
>>>> If you want, I can help you to add it to the Wine code. If not, I
>>>> will develop it alone as a third-party project
> I think this is something that should be included in the Wine code.
> - From the way your build instructions look like your library seems to
> be a replacement for Wine's uxtheme.dll. I am not an expert on
> theming, but I suspect this is the wrong approach. I think this should
> be developed as a Windows theme that is loaded like any other Windows
> theme by our uxtheme.dll. A user could then ideally select between no
> theme, your gtk-based theme and native windows themes using winecfg
> without replacing DLLs.

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