"Note: This utility is included in latest GTK+ Themes package."
There is a system wide GTK Runtime available on Windows (if installed). Many application built upon GTK, does not check for this GTK Runtime. One of the main consequence among others (like useless redundancy) is that it prevent these applications to honor GTK sytem wide preferences.
How hard would it be for Inkscape to include GTK + Themes, thereby giving Inkscape users some other interface themes/skins/whatever?
What are the steps for installing GTK + Preference Tool? Just download and install, or uninstall previous GTK then install? Should it be installed inside Inkscape(ie - uninstall Inkscape GTK first?), or installed with the native Windows installation (ie - uninstall the Windows one first)?
Is the native Windows GTK the GTK + Themes? If so, isn't there some way to have Inkscape point to (and use) that GTK, rather than bringing it's own GTK during installation?
The lack of interface themes/skins has been a complaint about Inkscape for a long time. Can the solution really be so simple?
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