Re: Lack of borders around menus, widgets, windows, panels, etc.

On 2015-07-20, Kai Willadsen <kai willadsen gmail com> wrote:

On 21 July 2015 at 02:29, Grant Edwards <grant b edwards gmail com> wrote:
Apparently, the theme I was using didn't have gtk3 support.  I
installed the "greybird" and selected it, and now GTK3 menus have
borders (and are shaded to differentiate them from man app windows).
Scroll bars and gutters are also shaded.  Life is good.

Also, there's bug 749323
( with a request
similar to your other query about distinction between the textview
and the middle sections. As I've said, that was kind of the design,
but in 3.15.x I may look at improving this with some new custom
drawing fun.

I do have a gray area in the gutter between the two panes (which I
really like).  I'll have to check to see if there's an extra blank
white column.  I agree with john: I really like to being able to tell
where the edges of a text area are.  Having things appear to be
"artifically indented" by an extra column would be a bit confusing at

I guess I've been using emacs for too many decades. It's tough getting
old. :)


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