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    • Stefano Facchini's avatar
      Chart: derive from GtkDrawingArea · 9ff1e0e0
      Stefano Facchini authored
      9ff1e0e0
    • Stefano Facchini's avatar
      Use an offscreen surface for chart drawing · 15475b29
      Stefano Facchini authored
      Previously the border between angular sectors in Ringschart was obtained
      by a cairo_stroke() with the background color. The problem with this is that
      we needed to fetch the color from the theme somehow and this was not always
      possible (for instance the HighContrast theme does not define @theme_bg_color).
      
      Now we just draw to an offscreen surface and obtain the borders by clearing the
      relevant pixels. The surface is finally painted on the window.
      15475b29
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