Archive for the ‘GTK’ Category

Finding the language for a xkb keyboard


During the last days I was working on keyboarding issues on Linux. In our app we want to display the (xkb) keyboards that the user has installed and that are visible in the gnome panel. Displaying them is relatively easy, but then I also needed the language that is associated with the keyboard. (more…)

Distorted Video when Using RecordMyDesktop


Today I was looking for a screen recording application on Linux. I came across recordmydesktop (and it’s GUI gtk-recordmydesktop) which looked very promising. It is included in the Ubuntu repositories and it is easy to use: just select the window you want to capture and click on the record button. However, when I looked at the generated video the characters in the recorded window looked unacceptably distorted. (more…)

GTK# and Visual Studio 2005


The Windows installer for GTK# comes with project templates for Visual Studio 2005. However, they don’t work out of the box.

You have to modify the .vsz files (more…)