Currently all non-gtk windows and windows using gtk 3 or less are rendered with boxy corners towards the bottom. Isn’t there any way to force their corners to be rendered rounded just like other gtk-4 windows, just like MacOS and now Windows? Else the UX feels too inconsistent and the other windows look totally out of place.
No. Applications that wish to have rounded bottom corners must use something like libhandy to allow them to do so.
This is entirely inconsequential: there is no single UI toolkit on Linux, so applications will always look inconsistent. Plus, there’s no consistency on Windows either, because, just like on Linux, there are multiple toolkits and multiple versions of the system toolkit installed in parallel.
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