Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1032519
unaligned radio buttons in edit nic dialog
Last modified: 2016-02-10 14:49:01 EST
Description of problem:
opening the edit nic dialog
the "down" and "unplugged" buttons are not aligned correctly
not sure if this is a problem - in each line there is a radio-button-group that aligns the radio buttons next to each other based on the space that each radio-button label occupies - not sure if it is necessary to align radio-buttons in different lines.
It's prettier when it's aligned and we can try to fix it though I can’t predict what will happen in other languages, the 1st row can be nice and the second one will have many spaces or another unpredictable result.
I would have make it a crucial bug if there where many row with 2 checkboxes one above the other - but it’s not the case. So if it can be aligned and it will still be ok in other languages - I have no objection but it’s not a terrible bug.
It is currently configured so that the right edge of the images is aligned. You can either have that or the radio buttons aligned, but not both. I don't think one is better than the other.
Sorry, you could possibly have both, along with bigger spacing for one of the rows.
as Eldan mentioned: It is not crucial. Either close on NOT-A-BUG, or fix *while making sure that it looks OK in all locales*.
Aligning the radio buttons will, by definition, cause something else to go out of alignment (either the icons or the spacing). I don't think that's preferable in any way.
Might as well be fixed with other layout issues in this dialog.
works ok in vt2.2 in English version
rhev 3.5.0 was released. closing.