AbiWord does not use GTK in Windows at all; it only uses the native
Win32 API (and the "widgets"--to borrow a Unix term--it provides).
As far as you can probably customize AbiWord would be to change
the Windows system colors. Until Microsoft adds features to its
products to let the user customize these things, the only solution
would be to do lots of work to get the Unix branch of AbiWord to
build in Win32.
> I've been using Gimp32 w/gtk themes several months now and have gotten quite
> used to it. :) Disclaimer: I'm not a developer, just a "hackish"
As I understand it, the Win32 Gimp port uses GTK as its display
library, but has #ifdefs for all the Unix/Win32 specific file or
plug-in code. Last I knew Gimp used pipes for plug-in communication,
so I have no clue how it's working on Windows (which doesn't support
pipes as Unix knows them).
-- Shaw Terwilliger