I have successfully compiled a previously linux-only gtk-based program on Windows 10 using the vcpkg packages. Things run, but the look is not good yet.
What is the up-to-date status of getting gtk apps on Windows 10 to look as native as possible? I tried a etc\gtk-3.0\settings.ini file with content [Settings] gtk-theme-name=win32 which does give things a Windows 7ish look, but all window decorations (close/max/min) are broken and show the default 'grey picture' icon. In fact, I get this problem with any theme, not just win32. I am running gtk-3.22.19 (which is what is current in vcpkg). So concretely: - What's the best way right now to get a Windows 10 look with gtk apps on Windows 10? Is there anything like builtin like 'win32' but with updated look? If not, what's the recommended theme? - How do I get the window decorations to show up properly? (do I need to install a theme engine or something like that?). Thanks, Kasper _______________________________________________ gtk-devel-list mailing list email@example.com https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gtk-devel-list