[jp] Difference between "stock-buttons" and any others
ludovic.rousseau at free.fr
Sun Nov 20 08:38:50 EST 2005
Le Saturday 19 November 2005 à 21:04:21, John Shane a écrit:
> On Sat, 19 Nov 2005 18:16:30 +0100
> Ludovic Rousseau <ludovic.rousseau at free.fr> wrote:
> > You have gtk2-devel but not gtk-devel. If you want to use GTK+2 (and it
> > is a good choice) just use:
> > $ ./configure --enable-gtk2 --enable-stock-buttons
> > --enable-stock-buttons will give you nice buttons with icons.
> Wouldn't "stock buttons" be the default?
When I added support for GTK+ stock buttons it was the default option.
Judd changed  that and now default is without stock buttons.
> What is different that they have to be enabled during configure?
I started a discussion  about using icons or not on the jpilot-devel
mailing list. The problem Judd had with GTK+ stock buttons is that the
button label is defined by GTK+ so the "New record" button is now
"New". But I should let Judd explain himself what he does not like.
> I tried building a Suse 9.3 rpm with stock buttons enabled but don't
> see any difference. Does enabling GTK2 affect the buttons in any way?
Look at the screenshoot at . Look at the Delete, Copy and New buttons
on the upper right corner.
You need to use GTK2 to have these buttons with icons.
Dr. Ludovic Rousseau Ludovic.Rousseau at free.fr
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