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SWT on Neon not rendering some window controls fully with GTK3 [message #1734508] Thu, 09 June 2016 04:31 Go to next message
Joe Fernandez is currently offline Joe FernandezFriend
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Registered: November 2014
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Tried Neon Release Candidate 3 (4.6.ORC3) Build 20160602-0837.

Used OOMPH installer on Fedora 22 for the RCP package.

Eclipse comes up and some issues with the Dark theme seem to have been fixed (Nice thanks Smile ) but the menu item New -->Target Definition has the lowest box incompletely rendered with one radio button inaccessible.

It also happens with the GTK theme.

Is this a problem with my settings or a bug? ( Same happens with Mars 4.5.2. I was hoping it was a bug that would have been fixed in Neon.)

I understand the recommendation from the developers is to persist with GTK3, not go down to GTK2.

(In passing, the well known pixman_region32_init_rect bug is also still there but that is another issue.)

Re: SWT on Neon not rendering some window controls fully with GTK3 [message #1749220 is a reply to message #1734508] Sat, 03 December 2016 16:26 Go to previous message
Nataly Mogilka is currently offline Nataly MogilkaFriend
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Registered: August 2010
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I faced the problem in Neon1 under Ubuntu and GTK 3.
Fixed it by 2 lines in eclipse.ini (on the top of file):

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