Theme engine using TQt for GTK+ 2.x
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README.md

A theme engine using TQt for GTK+ 2.x and Trinity

The GTK-Qt Theme Engine (also known as gtk-qt-engine) is a GTK 2 theme engine that calls TQt to do the actual drawing. This makes your GTK 2 applications look almost like real TQt applications and gives you a more unified desktop experience.

To use the engine, open the "GTK Styles and Fonts" section in the TDE control center and select "Use my TDE style in GTK applications".

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Contributing

If you wish to contribute to gtk-qt-engine, you might do so:

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