On Thu, May 08, 2014 at 15:41:57 -0400, Nick Sabalausky via 
Digitalmars-d-announce wrote:
> Or better yet, don't. Steam's UI is terrible. Clicking search 
> suggestions often does nothing, the search result paging is goofy as 
> hell and very impractical, the whole thing's absurdly sluggish, in 
> general ignores any and all system settings, menu dropdowns open upon 
> hover instead of click, and, oh yea, my trackpad's scrolling gestures 
> don't even fucking work on it (they work fine on nearly anything else).
> 
> That's all just off the top of my head. From what I've seen of Tk so 
> far, Steam would have been *far* better if it had used it instead of 
> going to the bother of reinventing everything really, really badly. 
> (Well, at least Steam isn't all-green anymore like it used to be :/ )

IIRC, Steam is a Java beast, so I wouldn't go off and blame Qt/Gtk for
that.

--Ben

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