RE: [gtk-list] Re: GTK - aesthetics ???
- From: smolitor insight-tech com (Stephen Molitor)
- To: <gtk-list redhat com>
- Subject: RE: [gtk-list] Re: GTK - aesthetics ???
- Date: Thu, 5 Nov 1998 12:48:03 -0600
Yes, and adding themes (gaudy or tasteful) won't help those little things.
Maybe we need a really good graphic designer to look at Gtk and give
suggestions. Obviously, before one worries about adding zillions of gaudy
themes, getting the basic look "right" is more important.
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Subject: [gtk-list] Re: GTK - aesthetics ???
Manni Wood wrote:
> OK, I can't help it.
> Am I the only guy out here who LIKES the basic look of gtk+? I think its
> austere grey chiseled look is quite pleasing. It's sort of like
> newspapers that still have black and white photographs.
I like the basic look. I just concur with several others that the details
could use a bit of tweaking.
For example, I am just learning GTK at this point, but one of the Hello,
apps in the tutorial (if you add the "quit" button), displays the text
slightly off-center. Little things like this can make or break you in terms
of how professional your app looks.
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