Hello, Jim!

2015-03-14 21:50 GMT+06:00 Jim Charlton <char...@gmail.com>:
> Hi Konstantin:
> I wrote to the list earlier to say that I could reproduce the problem that
> you have identified.  I am using MAC Yosemite 10.10 in a VirtualBox VM.
> To investigate further, I created a new Yosemite VM and installed MacPorts,
> Xcode, Xcode tools, and then ran "port install gtk3 +quartz" and "port
> install gtkmm3 +quartz".  After this, running the gtk3-demo program showed
> the same problem that you encountered.
> When I look at your YouTube video of the gtk3-demo program, I see that you
> have a different theme than the default compiled Adwaita theme.  I was
> wondering exactly how you installed the dark theme that you were using?

The dark theme is enabled if you set the GTK_THEME environment
variable in the following way:

> I have been using gtk3 and gtkmm3 to create software for a coffee roasting
> company.  I note that in my software, I have exactly the same problem that
> you have found.  I just never noticed it before! :-)
> I am not an expert on the Gtk3 and Gtkmm3 libraries.  But maybe if we keep
> working on it, a solution will appear.

Yes, I am not a gtk3 expert a well, but I hope that this issue will
get resolved. At least I hope to attract attention of GTK developers.

> It would be good to verify that this
> problem occurs on a "real" MAC and not just on a virtual machine.

I have one report from the user who have experienced the same issue on
the real (non-virtual) machine -
But it's better to double-check, of course. I haven't got confirmation
from the bugreporter that the issue is the same...

Also, I can provide the dmg package with the compiled binary, so
anyone can test if the issue happens on the real Mac as well -

BTW, is it OK to forward this message to gtk-app mailing list, maybe
it will be interesting to others?

Best Regards,

> On 15-03-05 09:17 AM, Konstantin Dmitriev wrote:
>> 2015-03-03 15:01 GMT+06:00 Vest . <vest...@gmail.com>:
>>> Hello Konstantin,
>>> I apologize that I probably cannot help you, but I am curious. Do you
>>> have
>>> this issue, if you run a simple demo, where GtkMenu is used?
>>> Because it seems that when you move the mouse outside of the menu's
>>> boundaries, something "inside" the widget is cleared and the menu
>>> receives
>>> mouse events again.
>>> Kind regards,
>>> Vest
>> Hello, Vest!
>> Thank you for responding!
>> I have tested the gtk3-demo and (surprise!) the issue seems to be
>> 100%-reproducible there. Here I have recorded a video -
>> http://youtu.be/X_xAHhQN_lY
>> Have tested this with GTK 3.14.8 and 3.14.9. Also tested on 32bit and
>> 64bit. Issue persists.
>> I have tried to build with X11 backend and issue doesn't happen. So,
>> it seems to be Quartz-only.
>> I can provide a bash script that I use to unwrap all environment
>> (creates MacPorts installation from scratch in the custom location and
>> builds our application - Synfig Studio).
>> Any help/advice is appreciated.
>> Best Regards,
>> Konstantin.
>>> On Sat, Feb 28, 2015 at 12:59 PM, Konstantin Dmitriev
>>> <ksee.zelga...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Hello!
>>>> My name is Konstantin Dmitriev, I am a maintainer of Synfig Studio
>>>> open-source animation software.
>>>> Recently we have ported our software from Gtk2 to Gtk3. Unfortunately,
>>>> after that we have encountered issues with context menus on OSX - the
>>>> context menus are become insensitive sometimes. This happens randomly,
>>>> but quite often.
>>>> I have recorded a video to illustrate the problem -
>>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cscz45WeFEs
>>>> I am stuck with this issue and don't know how to solve it. Any help,
>>>> hints, suggestions are highly appreciated.
>>>> Some information about the build environment:
>>>> Gtk version 3.14.8, everything built through MacPorts environment.
>>>> Gtk backend type: XQuartz.
>>>> I will be happy to provide any additional information.
>>>> Thank you!
>>>> Konstantin.
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