[Mono-winforms-list] GDI+ status: InvalidParameter from LinearGradientBrush

Coda Highland chighland at gmail.com
Fri Mar 16 16:58:43 UTC 2012

I believe you can circumvent the dependency. I've not tried it with
Mono, but there are WINE packaging tools out there that include an X
server in the private resources that runs independently of the
installed X11.app, so that Cmd+Tab works as expected to switch between
applications. Check out how Wineskin does it; maybe that would be a
useful approach.

/s/ Adam

On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 5:10 AM, KeithBoynton
<keithboynton at flaredesign.co.uk> wrote:
> That's disappointing, the offending control looks to be the toolstrip so I
> guess I'll try and switch it for another control and see if I have more joy
> with that.
> The only thing that worries me with using X11 is distribution of the app,
> there's be a dependency on X11 then.
> I suppose my safest alternative is to split out the UI layer and implement
> it some other way maybe using GTK#?
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