LibreOffice GTK3 Support Is Indeed Moving Along
Written by Michael Larabel in LibreOffice on 12 March 2015 at 08:21 PM EDT. 14 Comments
LIBREOFFICE --
Over the night I wrote about GTK+ 3.x support being improved inside LibreOffice after noticing the relevant Git commits while now the Red Hat developer has come forward and elaborated on his work to improve the GTK-related code within LibreOffice.

Caolán McNamara of Red Hat has written a new blog post since the earlier Phoronix posting about improving the GTK3 VCL plug code fore LibreOffice. The correct UI font is now working, scrolling is working fine, mouse-wheel functionality is there, and other things are starting to pan out.

If you're curious about GTK3 support inside LibreOffice, read this blog post for the latest Git details.
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