Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1018281
ABRT UI looks/feels very out of place
Last modified: 2016-11-30 19:45:26 EST
Various components of the ABRT UI don't integrate with the rest of the desktop:
1) The menu contains both "Preferences" and "ABRT Configuration". The difference between these two things is unclear.
2) The "Preferences" UI contains a tab called "Workflows" and another called "Events". Each of these is a list that allows an entry to be selected, followed by a "Configure" button that opens a new configuration UI. This style doesn't appear anywhere else in the desktop environment.
3) The "ABRT Configuration" UI has "Close", "Defaults" and "Apply" buttons. Switching the options does not trigger a lengthy operation or make it difficult for the user to recover the original state, so they should be instant apply. There's already a "Close" button at the top right of the window. In addition, the buttons are variable width and don't appear to have the correct amount of padding from the window border.
(In reply to Matthew Garrett from comment #0)
> 3) The "ABRT Configuration" UI has "Close", "Defaults" and "Apply" buttons.
Fixed in commit b0d888672cf047814e729e3d54469bd1e7b10baf as a part of fixes for bug #1018307
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