FLTK native in 'D'. Would that be useful?
Anders F Björklund
afb at algonet.se
Sun Jul 23 13:37:13 PDT 2006
>>Is FLTK capable of integrating with the platform's look and feel? That is,
>>would it look out of place in my Linux Gnome or KDE desktop environment?
> It does not "integrate" because it does not use KDE or Qt widgets, but it does
> not look like it is from a
> different planet either. It is relatively easy to add new themes to it. It does
> look and feel the exact same
> on all platforms though, unless it is lauched with a different scheme.
It definitely feels alien on Mac OS X, but as long as it works...
(and it's definitely better than having to fire up X11.app first)
Swing has a more terrestrial look-and-feel, but that's probably
because Apple has spent tons of effort on making it look that way.
As with GTK+, it's the things like file browsing that hurt the most.
The others just look "gray", but so does e.g. Firefox so that's "OK".
Then again, I am using wxWidgets and Camino just because of the looks.
But having a unified/cross-platform look-and-feel isn't all bad either.
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