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How To Install GTK3 With Broadway (HTML5) Backend Enabled In Ubuntu

Starting with version 3.2, GTK+ comes with an experimental “Broadway” backend that allows rendering GTK3 applications in HTML5-capable browsers, so you can run applications remotely, using only a web browser.Ubuntu doesn’t enable this Broadway backend by default, but thanks to Nicolas Delvaux’s PPA, you can easily give this a try in Ubuntu 13.04, 12.10 or 12.04.In the video below you can see GTK+3 with the Broadway (HTML5) backend enabled in action:(direct video link)Install GTK3 with Broadway backend enabled in UbuntuImportant: The GTK+3 with the Broadway (HTML5) backend PPA is available for Ubuntu 13.04, 12.10 and 12.04 and provides the same GTK+3 version available for those Ubuntu versions (but obviously, with Broadway enabled). That means that if you’ve added some PPA which has a newer GTK3 version (like the GNOME 3 PPA), you won’t be able to use this PPA unless you purge the other PPA or downgrade the packages!To add the GTK+3 Broadway PPA and upgrade to GTK3 with Broadway in Ubuntu, use the following commands:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:malizor/gtk-broadwaysudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get upgradeThen, log out, log back in and to run an application with the Broadway backend, use the following command:GDK_BACKEND=broadway UBUNTU_MENUPROXY= LIBOVERLAY_SCROLLBAR=0 <APPLICATION>where “APPLICATION” is the GTK3 application executable. For

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