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13.18.2 Problems with CAPI on GTK+

The capi:interface-override-cursor is ignored by capi: text-input-pane which always displays its usual I-beam cursor. This is due to a limitation in the way that text-input-pane is implemented by GTK.

The normal navigation gesture ( Tab ) is treated as an editor command in capi:editor-pane and IDE tools based on this. Instead, use Ctrl+Tab to navigate from an editor pane in GTK+.

In GTK+ versions older than 2.12, the value of capi:option-pane enabled-positions has no effect on the visible representation of the items. In later versions of GTK+, the disabled items are grayed out.

LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide - 21 Dec 2009