Well, I asked a Nero guy and they are using GTK1 for "compatibility"
reasons....I suggested GTK2 for a nicer look. That might come as
that becomes more and more common, but LOOK isn't what I'm looking
for...it's function and reliability. THIS is where the action is.
Anyway, over time, I'm sure that the Nero crew will tweak things and
make things better over time. I just commend them for the effort. I just
installed it on my laptop today, but don't have anything to burn right
now! Works fine on my "mainframe" at home, so far. easy to understand
a and use.
So, hats off to Nero for acknowledging the ever-growing Linux base out there.