[Mono-list] Windows forms.

Guenther Roith groith@tcrz.net
Sun, 7 Jul 2002 14:09:48 +0200

I disagree with you here.

A native look & feel is more important than you might think. And gtk+ is
very powerful, a good foundation to build on and building on it will
definitivley save time.

A question for everyone:

How big is the problem with custom controls?
While the standard controls might be possible, I don't know how easy it is
to get custom controls to work. You can for example build round buttons or
outlook-bars or a calender control with .NET. Has anyone experience how this
is done and if it could be wrapped to gtk+?