On Tue, 31 Mar 2009 14:34:00 +0200, Harold wrote:
Since I only use a couple of toolbar items, it would be really nice
the toolbar could be merged with the menu so that the extra 'toolbar' isn't needed anymore.
Done in SVN r3668, see attached screenshot.
Just downloaded, compiled and tested it, but there's a minor 'bug'(?)
it as the background of the toolbar items isn't the same as the menu's background... ('Xfce' theme; see also attached image)
With my ugly style on Windows it appears to be ok. Which style are you using?
Seems theme-related. I get this weirdness too with the Ubuntu netbook remix theme.
Could very well be, but all default Xfce 4.4/Xubuntu 8.10 shipped themes (except for "Mist", "ThinIce" and "Redmond") are failing...
This doesn't mean anything. The themes are not really wrong neither is what Geany does.
The menubar is just another type of widget as the toolbar and the default Xfce theme does style them differently. This is why you see different background colours. But you can either use another theme (another means also adjusting the Xfce theme) or overwrite the appropriate widget styles in your ~/.gtrc-2.0.
In SVN r3675 I added widget names for the menubar and toolbar: GeanyMenubar resp. GeanyToolbar this should make it easier to reference them in gtkrc's.
Regarding Firefox: this is just another thing where Firefox is broken. I'm not sure what Firefox does differently but I guess it overwrites widget styles or something. But this should not be done by an application.