Basically I need to agree with @craftworkgames that we are about to lose the overview in this thread.
Think of people discovering this topic which contains "MonoGame.Forms" in the headline and experiencing a stream of Gtk issues and they don't really know what's happening or why this topic is listed in the "Showcase" category.
So, when having a bigger feature idea and needing to discuss it more deeply (issues etc), then here is a much more elegant solution for the future:
Small discussion about the new feature here in this thread.
- Creating a new topic about the new feature in the MonoGame forum (Community Area)
- In the first post of the newly created topic place a link to this thread, which connects the two topics internally and makes them visible in each topic (scroll to the top of this thread to see an example of already connected topics [on the right hand side of the first post]).
- When you are done with the new feature from the new topic, share the result by creating a reply in this thread with a link to the corresponding post showing the milestone (also GitHub links are very welcome).
This should make everthing clearer for us and new or returning visitors.
Don't get me wrong: I'm very happy about your effort in making the library better and it makes me proud that we are gathered here to create something awesome!
Further more it's still allowed to have small discussions or requests here as long as they are have something to do with MonoGame.Forms (respectivly parts of the MonoGame.Framwork itself).
(I wish I could somehow pin this rules here)
I will also take a look at the Gtk implementations but in the moment my time is very limited. So don't expect it to soon.
Until then: Thank you all for your effort!
Just placing a link to the GitHub repo here for new users to make it easier for them to find the library:
Keep up the good work and have a nice weekend!