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Re: "Why is emacs so square?"

From: ndame
Subject: Re: "Why is emacs so square?"
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2020 20:44:16 +0000

> For the original poster, because they might be used to running
> primarily a distribution-installed version of emacs: the code for
> unix-based GUIs has supported a variety of these sorts of elements
> for a very long time, depending (currently) on whether you build
> emacs with the Athena, Lucid, Motif, Athena3D, or gtk[,2,3]
> toolkits. Under macOS, one has the ns and mac ports, and under MS
> Windows, it uses the local gui toolkit (which I believe is the core
> W32 look and feel, not the frequently-shifting WPF, Windows Forms,
> Metro, UWP, etc. standards). 

I use the official windows build and it looks like this which is
definitely not how buttons look in windows dialogs:


The native buttons don't have a thick shadow like this.

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