mrjt Messages: 705 Registered: March 2007 Location: London
I have attached two screen shots of the same U++ test program running on KDE 3.5.4. I have used a tool to change the GTK theme so that it matches the QT/KDE theme. This works perfectly in GIMP for instance.
There are two issues:
1) The only difference is the addition of the 'MT' compile flag to the second shot. I can see no reason why this should affect the theming, and there is no #define flagNOGTK anywhere in my source or uppsrc except one for OSX.
2) The scrollbar in the second shot is incorrect. Many of the KDE themes have the extra button on the right/bottom including the default one and GTK seems to support it. The extra button does not function here. If the scrollbar is disabled all the buttons are drawn in the right places, but do not appear disabled.
I've had a look at the source and it seems this might be difficult to fix, but let me know if you'd like me to do any further testing.