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Create New Logical Networks overlapping issue
Description of problem:
Go to Networks --> Click on "New" (to create a new logical network) --> Click on Cluster tab.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager: 3.5.0-0.4.master.el6_5
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Please follow the steps described in the Description Section
"Attach All" and "Required All" Check boxes are overlapping with the corresponding text or level
Both should be clearly separated with a better UI design.
Another similar Scenario :
There are couple of more of such kind of issues where the check boxes are overlapping with the levels or texts, such as :
Go to Networks tab --> Select any existing network --> Cluster Sub tab --> Manage Network.
Observe the "Assign All" and "Required All" Check boxes and corresponding texts/levels. These are overlapped as well.
Both the screen shot attached.
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2nd issue with Manage Network described in Addi. Info section.
Same observed for es_ES (Spanish)locale as well.
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ja_JP network>cluster>manage network issue
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de_DE network>cluster>manage network issue
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ja_JP network>new>cluster tab
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de_DE network>new>cluster tab
This looks like yet another regression due to the Look & Feel patches.
What browser are you using? On Firefox 22 and 24 I don't see any overlap (though things do look like they're tighter together than in 3.4, so I'll send a fix).
I have tested it in various versions of firefox like 17.0.10, 24.5.0, 29.0 etc. What I observed that in which ever version it shows Caution message " This Browser version isn't optimal for displaying.......", there the overlapping gets visible more.
Anyway, you are correct, they are little tighter together. It would look better if they maintains a minimum gap.
Few test Observations :
OS Firefox version Overlapping
RHEL6.5 17.0.10 No
RHEL6.6 24.7.0 Yes
RHEL7.0 24.5.0 Yes
Fedora19 29.0 Yes
Verified it's fixed on the latest vt build: rhevm-3.5.0-0.14.beta.el6ev.noarch.rpm
Please see the attached screen-shot.
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rhev 3.5.0 was released. closing.