[Geany-Devel] [geany/geany-plugins] 73ae49: waf: Fix the checks for openpty() on FreeBSD

Enrico Tröger enrico.troeger at xxxxx
Thu Apr 16 20:13:27 UTC 2015

On 16/04/15 21:51, Enrico Tröger wrote:
> On 15/04/15 19:15, Dimitar Zhekov wrote:
>> On 14.4.2015 г. 22:37, Enrico Tröger wrote:
>>> On 13/04/15 19:33, Dimitar Zhekov wrote:
>>>> In 2.24, the horizontal tabs under Win~1 have this "flat" or "modern" or
>>>> whatever look, and you can only distinguish the current tab via a slight
>>>> 3D effect. And unlike 3.x, where you can easily set the active tab
>>> I don't get it.
>>> For me it looks like as in the attached screenshot. I don't have a GTK
>>> 2.16 build at hand for a direct comparison but the notebook tabs look OK
>>> to me in the GTK 2.24 build.
>> That's exactly what I'm talking about. The white horizontal line, which
>> normally gives nice outline [vertical_tabs], but is almost lost due to
>> the white editor background, combined with the identical unchangeable
>> background for the tabs. Not completely indistinguishable, but much
>> worse than 2.22, and hard on many tabs.
> I'm afraid I still do not completely understand the problem.
> I personally find the horizontal tabs nicer and easier to find the
> active tab than it is for the vertical tabs(as in the messages window at
> the bottom). There I have difficulties to easily see which tab is active.
> Is this what you mean or is my reception of visuals just different?

Forget it.
I finally got it. I just concentrated on your screenshot of the
horizontal tabs in GTK 2.22 without realizing that it was from GTK 2.22
and not 2.24. Now I see clearly, that my screenshot also shows the problem.

Sorry for the noise.


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