Use "--standalone" to get zim to work with pythonw.exe.
My windows instance of zim looks native to me and I don't recall doing
On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 2:04 PM, klo uo <klo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello again :)
> I installed build requirement (all-in-one PyGTK package), downloaded
> Zim source and executed Zim w/o "python setup.py install"
> It works fine, and because it's executed from CLI it doesn't spawn cmd
> windows on latex or diagram insertions, so I don't even have to look
> in the code
> And BTW pythonw.exe can't run zim.py for some reason, so I have no options
> However now Zim GUI looks ancient and distracting from rest, or say it
> ugly. I looked in default PyGTK gtkrc files and they are as expected
> For example, file
> "C:\Python27\Lib\site-packages\gtk-2.0\runtime\etc\gtk-2.0\gtkrc" is
> pointing to what seems to right theme:
> gtk-theme-name = "MS-Windows"
> I know Gimp uses this theme, and looks decent with regard to rest of
> OS interface. Also previously downloaded portable Zim uses it, and
> looks fine too.
> But launching Zim from source, doesn't use this theme. I tried to make
> etc folder structure inside Zim source, but it doesn't help
> Any ideas?
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