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Sat Feb 9 22:42:05 CET 2019
I got xfmpc to build with your patch and fixed all Gtk.Stock and
Gtk.ImageMenuItem deprecations today. It'll continue to look into the
rest of the deprecations but it'll take me some more time likely.
I looked into the progress bar thinness as well but I'm a bit stuck
here. It seems that the thin line is the default style in GTK+3 and when
I call set_show_text (true) on the bar, the text simply appears above
the thin bar which doesn't look very nice either. Do you have any
pointers on how I would go about styling the progress bar similar to how
it looked with GTK+2?
On 2/6/19 8:29 PM, Johannes Marbach wrote:
> Hi André,
> Thanks for letting me know. Alex had already shared similar info in
> reply to my mail outside the list.
> I can try to take a look. Looks like your patch should be a good
> starting point for a newbie. :)
> Unrelated: Since you say no one is working on xfmpc at all anymore,
> maybe you or someone else could review my patch for
> https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9100? It's a pretty tiny fix.
> On 2/6/19 1:30 AM, André Miranda wrote:
>> Hi Johannes,
>> Currently no one is working on xfmpc AFAIK and I was the one that
>> wrote that patch out of curiosity.
>> So yes, it is free to pick, with that patch applied xfmpc is fully
>> functional, there are just a few UI adjustments left to be done
>> (buttons size and the progress bar too thin) and of course handle as
>> many deprecations as possible.
>> It would be awesome if you could continue where I stopped, if you
>> need any help feel free to get in touch (e-mail or at #xfce-dev).
>> Andre Miranda
>> On 05/02/2019 04:25, Johannes Marbach wrote:
>>> Hello XFCE crew,
>>> Thanks for making this awesome desktop!
>>> I wanted to inquire if there was any ongoing work to port xfmpc to
>>> GTK3? I saw a patch linked under
>>> https://wiki.xfce.org/releng/4.14/roadmap but
>>> git.xfce.org/apps/xfmpc seems to be rather quiet except for
>>> translation updates.
>>> Is there anything I could do to help here?
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