I'm writing an GTK+-application without any Desktop Manager on an embedded Debian system.
For Developing i am using Archlinux and Debian (both 64 bit x86 architecture). The embedded machine uses an ARMv8.
All systems are running gtk3 3.12.2-1
. I do the styling through a css file.
However, on the Archlinux machine, everything shows up as it should. On both Debian machine I've got some problems.
Espeacially scrollbars give me headache. It seems that gtk ignores my stylesettings when I try to make them bigger.
It is possible to reduce the size of slider and stepper, but if I try to use a bigger size, it simply stops at the default size.
I am not able to find the problem until the gtk-versions are all the same.The CSS-Code
background-color: RGBA(0, 153, 204, 0.7);
This works on Archlinux. On Debian it seems like slider and stepper size is set to 14px.
Thanks in advance for your help.