Planning to indulge your creative ice this year? If so, check out the release of Pinta 2.0. The open source image editor has been ported to GTK3 & .NET 6.
A major redesign of the GTK project website is now live. The homepage serves as a central port of call for developers who are interested in using GTK.
Improvements to the KDE Plasma desktop mean GTK applications using client side decorations (CSD, aka header bars) now look well integrated under KDE.
LibreOffice completes work on porting dialogs to native GTK, and LibreOffice 6.4 will make 'no direct uses' of the cross-platform VCL toolkit.
group of independent Linux app developers have written an open letter to the wider GNOME community to ask dilators to "stop theming our apps".
The next major release of LibreOffice will use native GTK3 dialogs on Linux desktops. “Wait —LibreOffice doesn’t already use GTK dialogs?!” you might be asking. It was certainly my own first reaction when I opened an e-mail about the […]
The next stable update to Chromium uses GTK3 by default. This means Chromium 59 is able to adopt more of the underlying GTK theme of the desktop.
Feature fans will be relieved to hear this release comes with no divisive change á la the removal of tab groups in Firefox 45.
For all the initial concerns GNOME's visual overhaul is really starting to come together, as the addition of new pop-over dialogs shows.
Opera developers have confirmed that GTK3 support is in the works for the cult browser.
Ubuntu 11.04 users who have opted for GNOME Shell over Unity as their desktop environment can benefit from a truly integrated Ambiance theme, thanks to DeviantArtist thedeviantmars.