Re: gtk2 toolbar icons
- On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 20:18, Mikolaj Machowski wrote:
> > > Finally, IMO, unless Bram wants to change the look of Vim's iconsAnd what prevents you from choosing a GTK+ theme that matches your KDE
> > > across the board, it would be nice for every platform's Vim to have
> > > the same look.
> > I can see the advantage of having the vim icons be consistent across
> > platforms/environments, but I would argue that it as at least as
> > important to have consistency _within_ the environment -- by which I
> > mean that a gnome-compiled version of gvim should (by default) use
> > familiar Gnome icons where possible.
> As gtk-Gvim is now the only usable (sorry, kvim developers) GUI Vim for
> Linux this is not safe bet. I am using Gvim in WindowMaker and use
> gapplications really rarely (apart of kvim I prefer kapplications).
theme? If it is really desired it'd even be possible to adapt the
current Vim icon config mechanism to change stock icons at runtime.
- On Die, 2003-01-28 at 03:47, Andy Kahn wrote:
> I seem to recall a similar discussion back when we were porting gvimThis might be related to the fact that there were no stock icons
> to gtk the first time around (several years ago). The general opinion
> back then was pretty split as well, but I believe we ultimately
> decided to just go with whatever Bram wanted, and he stuck with custom
> Vim icons which were hand-drawn.
in GTK+ 1.2 :)