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#1 Nov. 10, 2005 08:42:19

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Surya Kiran Gullapalli wrote:I've developed a small application using gtkmm (2.8.0). theapplication runs fine, but the appearance is some what bothering me.Gnome-2.12 says, the default theme for gnome is clearlooks.when i run a different desktop (say kde, or fvwm) my application willnot use the clearlooks theme. It uses default gtk theme. or whatever.Did you run gnome-settings-daemon ?

Here is a suggestion to GTK people.If gnome-settings-daemon is not running, why doesn't GTK execute oneautomatically?Edward


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#2 Nov. 10, 2005 10:12:50

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hello all,
I want to read GTK documentation for lerning this liabrary. Where all
functions involve and how i can make the different things using GTK
liabray. For example how we can make the Buttons, Dialog Box and so
on. This time i don't know from where i should start to learn
everything which 'll helpful for me in future during development.
so i hope you 'll understand what i want to ask and 'll proceed my
request after.

Regards,

Ibrar

On 11/10/05, Edward Liu <> wrote:
> Surya Kiran Gullapalli wrote:
>
> > I've developed a small application using gtkmm (2.8.0). the
> > application runs fine, but the appearance is some what bothering me.
> > Gnome-2.12 says, the default theme for gnome is clearlooks.
> >
> > when i run a different desktop (say kde, or fvwm) my application will
> > not use the clearlooks theme. It uses default gtk theme. or whatever.
> >
>
> Did you run gnome-settings-daemon ?
>
> Here is a suggestion to GTK people.
> If gnome-settings-daemon is not running, why doesn't GTK execute one
> automatically?
>
>
> Edward
>
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#3 Nov. 10, 2005 10:17:13

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Did you run gnome-settings-daemon ?And that is my point, i've to run one or the other of gnomeapplications, (gnome-font-properties as i've mentioned in my previousmail, ultimately starts gnome-settings-daemon). I cannot get theclearlooks (or whatever theme) for my gtk application, with out runninggnome-settings-daemon.Surya








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#4 Nov. 11, 2005 00:27:52

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On Thursday 10 November 2005 10:16, Surya Kiran Gullapalli wrote:
> > Did you run gnome-settings-daemon ?
>
> And that is my point, i've to run one or the other of gnome
> applications, (gnome-font-properties as i've mentioned in my previous
> mail, ultimately starts gnome-settings-daemon). I cannot get the
> clearlooks (or whatever theme) for my gtk application, with out running
> gnome-settings-daemon.

What a curious point. You want your program to display itself using a GNOME
theme but you don't want to run any GNOME daemons to do it. It is a bit like
complaining that you cannot run a KDE program without the KDE libraries
installed.

Actually, GTK+ is a little more accommodating than KDE, because you can set
styles and fonts and the like by hand by amending or providing
{gtkdir}/etc/gtk-2.0/gtkrc to specify them.

But as someone else has pointed out, it is better to start
{gnomedir}/libexec/gnome-settings-daemon in the start-up script for whatever
environment you are running your GTK+ applications in (such as the startkde
script), which will pick up all your GNOME settings, including fonts and
styles. You do not explain why you have a problem with that.

Chris

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#5 Nov. 11, 2005 05:29:14

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hello all,
but im not using GTKmm.
i want to use gtk++ so tell me about it.

ibrar

On 11/10/05, Chris Vine <> wrote:
> On Thursday 10 November 2005 10:16, Surya Kiran Gullapalli wrote:
> > > Did you run gnome-settings-daemon ?
> >
> > And that is my point, i've to run one or the other of gnome
> > applications, (gnome-font-properties as i've mentioned in my previous
> > mail, ultimately starts gnome-settings-daemon). I cannot get the
> > clearlooks (or whatever theme) for my gtk application, with out running
> > gnome-settings-daemon.
>
> What a curious point. You want your program to display itself using a GNOME
>
> theme but you don't want to run any GNOME daemons to do it. It is a bit
> like
> complaining that you cannot run a KDE program without the KDE libraries
> installed.
>
> Actually, GTK+ is a little more accommodating than KDE, because you can set
>
> styles and fonts and the like by hand by amending or providing
> {gtkdir}/etc/gtk-2.0/gtkrc to specify them.
>
> But as someone else has pointed out, it is better to start
> {gnomedir}/libexec/gnome-settings-daemon in the start-up script for whatever
>
> environment you are running your GTK+ applications in (such as the startkde
>
> script), which will pick up all your GNOME settings, including fonts and
> styles. You do not explain why you have a problem with that.
>
> Chris
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#6 Nov. 11, 2005 10:05:29

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On Fri, Nov 11, 2005 at 12:27:28AM +0000, Chris Vine wrote:
>
> What a curious point. You want your program to display itself using a GNOME
> theme but you don't want to run any GNOME daemons to do it. It is a bit like
> complaining that you cannot run a KDE program without the KDE libraries
> installed.
>
> Actually, GTK+ is a little more accommodating than KDE, because you can set
> styles and fonts and the like by hand by amending or providing
> {gtkdir}/etc/gtk-2.0/gtkrc to specify them.

Isn't this completely upside down? Why should anyone have
two Gtk+ themes, one in effect when gnome-settings-daemon is
running and one when it isn't?

The point is, Gnome should set Gtk+ theme so that it's
really set. You should not lose it even if you uninstall
Gnome completely after it. Anything else is creeping
reverse dependency of Gtk+ on Gnome.

Yeti


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#7 Nov. 11, 2005 13:22:49

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This is what you want:http://www.gtkmm.org/docs/gtkmm-2.4/docs/hava a good one!!

ibrar ahmed <> wrote:

>hello all,
>I want to read GTK documentation for lerning this liabrary. Where all
> functions involve and how i can make the different things using GTK
>liabray. For example how we can make the Buttons, Dialog Box and so
>on. This time i don't know from where i should start to learn
>everything which 'll helpful for me in future during development.
>so i hope you 'll understand what i want to ask and 'll proceed my
>request after.
>
>Regards,
>
>Ibrar
>
>On 11/10/05, Edward Liu <> wrote:
>> Surya Kiran Gullapalli wrote:
>>
>> > I've developed a small application using gtkmm (2.8.0). the
>> > application runs fine, but the appearance is some what bothering me.
>> > Gnome-2.12 says, the default theme for gnome is clearlooks.
>> >
>> > when i run a different desktop (say kde, or fvwm) my application will
>> > not use the clearlooks theme. It uses default gtk theme. or whatever.
>> >
>>
>> Did you run gnome-settings-daemon ?
>>
>> Here is a suggestion to GTK people.
>> If gnome-settings-daemon is not running, why doesn't GTK execute one
>> automatically?
>>
>>
>> Edward
>>
>>
>> The information contained in this e-mail message (including any
>> attachments) may be confidential, proprietary, privileged, or otherwise
>> exempt from disclosure under applicable laws. It is intended to be conveyed
>> only to the designated recipient(s). Any use, dissemination, distribution,
>> printing, retaining or copying of this e-mail (including its attachments)
>> by unintended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. If
>> you are not an intended recipient of this e-mail, or believe that you have
>> received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately (by
>> replying to this e-mail), delete any and all copies of this e-mail
>> (including any attachments) from your system, and do not disclose the
>> content of this e-mail to any other person. Thank you!
>>
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#8 Nov. 24, 2005 05:23:45

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Hello All,
I want to develop a wizard application using gtk+, i have't any
information about it that how i can make wizard application using
gtk. Which code 'll be preferable for me to explore by developing
wizard application later. So i need the best attention from all of
you, who know much about my problem.

Best Regards,

Ahmed
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#9 Nov. 24, 2005 08:31:20

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On 24/11/05 05:22:58, ibrar ahmed wrote:Hello All,
I want to develop a wizard application using gtk+, i have't any
information about it that how i can make wizard application using
gtk. Which code 'll be preferable for me to explore by developing
wizard application later. So i need the best attention from all of
you, who know much about my problem.It's one of the things that's planned for 2.10. See:http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=115348You could cheat and "borrow" the latest proposed code from that bug(make sure you rename the objects/methods etc. since it's very likelythat your program will break when 2.10 comes out otherwise).It probably isn't going to be that long before it's finished so youmight prefer to wait and use Gtk+ HEAD once it hits CVS.Cheers,

Ali.
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#10 Nov. 24, 2005 22:17:19

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On 11/24/05, ibrar ahmed <> wrote:Thanx Ali,You know, you're likely to get a faster, and probably more accurateresponse if you reply to the mailing list rather than one person.I thnk it 'll helpful for me to make a wizard type application.
sir if you have done some work by making that type of user
interface so please give me some details information about it .As it happens, I took a proposed implementation of GtkAssistants acouple of years back and have used that ever since. Once Gtk+ 2.10 isout, I'll have to switch to the accepted version which will no doubttake some work on my part. Such is life.How we can import Gnome-Druid widget in gtk? How we can handle all
issues related them? Tell me the right way to use these files and
mentioned that which will be right and successful for me.I've never used GnomeDruid. Perhaps somebody else will be able to help.

On 24/11/05 13:19:40, ibrar ahmed wrote:Hello sir,
How we 'll compile these files which are available in your givenlink. I did compile these files as like gtk compilation but therewere errors during compilation . Does i need to install somethingelse to remove these errors?If you're not in a position to figure out the errors for yourself thenyou can telling the list exectly what error you're getting and see ifanyone will have the time to help you, but I suspect you'll probably dobetter to wait for the code to be merged into CVS HEAD and use thatwhen it's available.Cheers,

Ali.
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