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style:dialog-spacing [2010/04/05 23:02]
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style:dialog-spacing [2010/10/02 17:26] (current)
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 +This is sort of informal mini-HIG for spacing in dialogs that we try to use in Xfce (wellthat we're now starting to use).  The new (4.6) settings dialogs use these values for the most part. 
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 +  * Toplevel GtkContainer::​border-width ​
 +  * Notebook tab GtkContainer::​border-width ​12 
 +  * GtkVBox::spacing = 6 
 +  * GtkHBox::​spacing = 12 
 +  * Internal GtkBox::​border-width = 6 
 +  * GtkButtonBox::​spacing = 12 (I'm not sure about this one) 
 + 
 +  * GtkTable::​border-width = 0 
 +  * GtkTable::​column-spacing = 12 
 +  * GtkTable::​row-spacing = 6 
 + 
 +  * Indentation:​ use GtkAlignmentset: 
 +    * padding-top = 0 
 +    * padding-bottom = 6 
 +    * padding-left = 12 
 +    * padding-right = 0 
 +    * border-width = 0 
 +  * For situations where the GtkAlignment is the first child of a GtkFrame, having no top padding looks a bit weird. ​ In those cases, I set border-width to 6, padding-bottom to 0, and padding-left to 6.  Should probably just use padding-top = 6, though, to avoid extra padding on the right.