"Close Playlist" dialog ignores GTK dialog button order
When gtk-alternative-button-order=0, GTK+ applications are supposed to put the OK/Yes/Confirm button to the right of the Cancel/No button. (GNOME/MacOS order)
However, contrary to every other application on my desktop (including Qt applications via GtkStyle), Audacious's "Close Playlist" dialog uses KDE/Windows button order and puts "Yes" to the left of "No".
#1 Updated by Thomas Lange about 5 years ago
Thanks for your bug report Stephan.
The bug is caused by using a GtkWindow with custom content instead of a GtkMessageDialog.
Attached is a patch which fixes this. John, please review.
Should I use a gpointer parameter in "confirm_delete_cb()"?