Excerpts from Arnold Krille's message of 2010-09-08 22:46:52 +0200:
That's still very gtk/qt or even kde/gnome centric. There's a lot more
out there. Those might be the prevalent toolkits but certainly not the
only ones. That's the gnome/kde bubble so many seem to be stuck in and
not being able to see beyond.
> And even if you personally don't use a DE, the users of your app will. And
I think b) is total bollocks, because there are no system-defaults, only
gnome/kde defaults (and apparently X defaults no one uses) and because
users won't ditch an app just because they don't blend in visually.
There are a lot more and a lot more important reasons to choose one
program over another.
> PS: No, we don't need another ColorSchemeKit and a GlobalFontKit;-)
(Written from a *kit-free system)
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