I can contribute little, but it may still push you in one direction.
I've seen both some QT-code and understood it and I've seen some gtk+, which
I had more problems understanding. So I think QT might be easier to implement.
Also QT has a lot by itself, nice helpers.
GTK now may be as easy to write, just me not understanding it, I'm not too
bright at it though. But GTK is good to use for blind people, because of the
Gnome people pushing some accessibiloity stuff. Also gtk and the glib have to
offer many things, which might come in handy.
One last remark and I drop off; GTK+ might not be that easy to read for me,
because GTK is originally in C and gtk+ - as I understand - was kind of a
complex wrapper for it.
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