[Glade-users] Glade-users Digest, Vol 31, Issue 4

 That?s quite strange, because GTK and Glade make things beautiful here in
Windows XP. I`m using Windows XP Theme.

The only problem I?ve found is that stock icons do not show up here,
although If you use the icons as images they appear.

I like those rounded borders. Quite similar to Windows XP.


Message: 2
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 10:14:16 +1100
From: Daniel Kasak <dkasak at nusconsulting.com.au>
Subject: Re: [Glade-users] windows port
To: Hasan Hasanov <hassanidin at gmail.com>
Cc: glade-users at lists.ximian.com
Message-ID: <1194909256.16825.29.camel at dkasak.nusconsulting.com.au>
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On Mon, 2007-11-12 at 09:42 +0200, Hasan Hasanov wrote:


I am wondering if the latest versions of Glade (3.4) and libglade have
windows ports.  I found this:
but it seems to be outdated.

That's the latest binary I know of. Apparently others have compiled
later versions, but there haven't been any binary releases since the
initial 3.0 release. Hang in there. It's bound to happen sooner or

On a mostly-unrelated matter, since you're using Gtk2 on Windows, have
you found any Gtk2 themes for Windows that don't look like some horrible
joke from the early '80s?

Daniel Kasak
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Message: 3
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 02:50:37 +0200
From: Hasan Hasanov <hassanidin at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Glade-users] windows port
To: Daniel Kasak <dkasak at nusconsulting.com.au>
Cc: glade-users at lists.ximian.com
Message-ID: <4738F4DD.2010305 at gmail.com>
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Unfortunately I do not have much experience with GUI programming. I am a
beginner, and I just wanted to try out GTK, but most of the binaries
compiled for Windows are really old, and I agree with you that they make
applications look really ugly. I really like the look and feel of the
GNOME desktop in Linux, but in Windows GTK just looks a little ugly.

For now I think I will just stick with learning Qt, and then try GTK
when it becomes truly multi platform and ready for the Windows platform.

But I really like the direction in which GTK is going with Glade. Being
able to save your user interface in a seperate glade file is a really
nice thing that I do not think Qt provides good support for. It really
allows you to concentrate on coding the program engine by letting you
build the UI interface in Glade quickly.

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