Gtk3 *is* a modern toolkit by all means, and this kind of toxicity ("fucking gtk") does not help. Thank you.
That is the same with Qt5 outside Qt based environments, where apps looks exactly as out of place and outdated. This is actually a broader issue, fragmentation, and "Gtk/Qt is shit" won't solve anything. Standardization of some kind may solve, or may not. Flame wars only make it worse, and for this reason I'm not interested in going further
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