Description of problem:
Start typing your location into the input for the timezone, hit tab to complete, hit enter and the "Next" button isn't clickable to proceed. Have to actually click the item in the drop down in order to select it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install from Live, don't create a user
2. Boot fresh install
3. Attempt to type in your location, use tab completion to finish
4. Hit enter to select what's offered by tab completion
Have to manually click the drop down to selection location
Tab completion correctly selects location
Proposed as a Freeze Exception for 23-final by Fedora user roshi using the blocker tracking app because:
This is a minor bug, but if there's a fix by the next RC, it'd be good to get this bug fixed just for the polish it provides.
I'd prefer not to vote on this without input from the g-i-s maintainer; My guess is that this would actually be a change in some toolkit somewhere (gtk?) and as such might have far-reaching impact.
not sure why this even gets close to the blocker list...its an RFE that should be filed upstream first.
(In reply to Matthias Clasen from comment #3)
> not sure why this even gets close to the blocker list...its an RFE that
> should be filed upstream first.
It wasn't proposed as a blocker. It was proposed as a Freeze Exception, which means that (if accepted) we would take a fix if one appeared during freeze.
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