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Old 10-06-2004, 04:53 PM   #1
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how to get nice tabs in gtk smooth engine?

does anyone know how to get nice (like smooth sides) tabs in the smooth engine for gtk2

iv search the web but the only documentation i could find is the source code itself (even that is lacking is comments .. you have to go thru it till you find a clue about what you want)

reviewing the source it looks like the only options are: normal (which just points to square), square, round, and triangle

square is the only descent one (not like motif) , the others look strange (round and triangle (especially triagle) look like they were torn out from motif (they are very cut, and not very smooth or rounded looking)

anyways, does anyone know if there are other options for the "tabs" option ? like a way to smooth everything out so it doesn't looks like motif .. (adjust the slope/shape in any way?, or some other way to make it less chunky)


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