Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1253312
Storage dialog design - alignment issues
Last modified: 2016-03-10 10:11:58 EST
Created attachment 1062530 [details]
storage dialogue iscsi
Description of problem:
"Advanced parameters" is covering LUNs part - see att. image (described there as "1.")
Also the rectangle shown as "2." in image is somehow cut (the very bottom line is missing).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. try to open Storage dialogue for adding new iSCSI lun
I was not able to reproduce (New iscsi sd).
This is aligned for me in both FF 37.0.2 and FF 26.0 .
What browser/version were you using?
> This is aligned for me in both FF 37.0.2 and FF 26.0 .
The same goes for FF40.
Please re-check with the above version.
If this is indeed an issue in FF39 and not in 37 or 40 - is this something we want to support?
(In reply to Vered Volansky from comment #2)
> > This is aligned for me in both FF 37.0.2 and FF 26.0 .
> The same goes for FF40.
> Please re-check with the above version.
there is a good chance that the issue reported in bug 1254179 and several other bugs has affected several locations and behaviours in the UI.
> If this is indeed an issue in FF39 and not in 37 or 40 - is this something
> we want to support?
my assumption that FF37, 39 and 40 are actually behaving similarly in that sense - it is really a matter of testing rhevm-3.6.0-0.11 vs a newer version.
in any case - we are always focusing on the latest FF ESR version (about to become FF38 for us), not other FF versions.
Code used to verify this bz:
Scenario used to verify this bz:
Steps to reproduce:
1. Via the Web admin -> open Storage dialogue for adding new iSCSI lun
2. Navigate to "Advanced parameters" >>>>> The "Advance Parameters" text is no longer covering LUNs text - see att. image
Also the rectangle (border) is now complete
Added Screen shot of new correctly alligned dialogue
Created attachment 1086856 [details]
Adding screen shot of correctly aligned dialogue
oVirt 3.6.0 has been released on November 4th, 2015 and should fix this issue.
If problems still persist, please open a new BZ and reference this one.