Suggestions and discussion of future versions
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Hello Cas! Pardon me but I'm not really sure what I'm supposed to look for? Mimicking the native Windows UI involves - as you stated in viewtopic.php?f=8&t=52079 - a lot more than simple theming (ie. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/189 ... ts-qt-fltk).
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op1970 wrote:as you stated in viewtopic.php?f=8&t=52079 - a lot more than simple theming
That topic as far as I am aware is referring to changing the layout of Deluge, not simply the theme.
That stackoverflow answer has already told you that theming is the answer. In my post here: viewtopic.php?f=8&t=43901&p=209279&hilit=windows+theme#p184823 I explain the details of Deluge changes to the GTK theme and then link to another thread with more information viewtopic.php?f=8&t=43637 which refers to https://developer.pidgin.im/wiki/Using% ... _gtk_theme.
With all that information the result is this quote from the Pidgin page modified for Deluge:
Download the GTK+ Themesand GTK+ Theme Switcher zip files and extract them to a temporary directory.
Copy the lib and share directories from the GTK+ Themes zip file into your <Deluge Installation Directory> (you want to merge those with the existing lib and share directories). Copy the gtk2_prefs.exe from the GTK Theme Switcher zip file into your <Deluge Installation Directory>.
You can now run the gtk2_prefs.exe applications to choose a theme. You probably will want to use the "Apply for all users" checkbox so that the changes are made to Deluge's private GTK+ runtime.
Note: If you had previously set up a user-specific GTK+ theme with the global GTK+ Runtime, you will need to delete or rename the %USERPROFILE%/.gtkrc-2.0 file in order to have your changes take effect.
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