Java is somewhat weird and often looks really crappy on Linux. At least
on the distribution I'm using (Arch Linux) it uses the butt-ugly default
style. So for those who have this issue, executing the following line
should help a bit (on login would be best).
I assume some distros (Ubuntu) do this by default. Can't comment on the
gtk2-engines-pixbuf issue since there's no such package on Arch.
On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 21:23:37 +0100 "Ingo Bauersachs" <email@example.com> wrote:
While I looked at the spellcheck stuff, I noticed GTK warnings and
the ugly layout that other also mentioned before. Installing the
package "gtk2-engines-pixbuf" solves the warning and Jitsi runs with
a proper layout.
According to some Ubuntu bugs [1,2] that package should no longer be
needed for GTK, but apparently it is needed - at least by us or the
Java bindings. -> Should we list gtk2-engines-pixbuf as a dependency