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With GNOME 40, most core apps are going to have rounded bottom corners.

Many third party apps have already had them for a while but if your app doesn't yet, you still have a few weeks to get it in shape before 40 ;)

Relevant docs: gnome.pages.gitlab.gnome.org/l

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@tbernard @Solus is gonna be pissed that they might have to start packaging libhandy...

@tristan957 The fewer distro packages the better, as far as I'm concerned 🙃

@tbernard gotta say, the font previewer would really look just that little bit nicer with just a touch of padding on the left, which I've added here on the old non-rounded corner version from 3.38 using GtkInspector to inject some CSS…
Guess I should open an issue for that :)

@kepstin Agreed, I was thinking the same thing. I think it could even be a bit more than that, maybe 18px?

@tbernard Indeed, 18px actually looks pretty nice, seems to give a fairly even top/left spacing in most fonts.

@tbernard I'm going to open an issue for now - the way i'm doing this currently is by hacking it at runtime with the inspector :) The gnome-font-viewer application currently doesn't ship any application css to put the change into, and the selector I'm using for the widget is kind of… iffy for a finished app.

@tbernard @kepstin just to make sure this does not get lost: did you open one yet?

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