Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 172364
After package download: Click "Forward" to continue. Why???
Last modified: 2013-02-26 19:49:46 EST
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Description of problem:
Why do I have to click "Forward" after the package download just
to continue with the upgrade process? This mouse click is IMHO useless.
Downloading and Upgrading are two time-consuming processes and I don't
want to confirm something in the middle because this means that I have to
monitor whole the progress just to check if the downloading has finished.
And efficient solution would just let me start the upgrade and provide
a summary at the end - without any (useless) confirmations inbetween.
Nitpicking side note: The German translation of the "Forward" button is inconsistent with the up2date welcome text: The welcome text says click
"Weiter" ("continue") whereas the button is labeled as "Vor" ("forward").
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Use up2date to upgrade some packages.
Actual Results: I need to confirm the package download to start package upgrading.
Expected Results: I do not need to confirm the package download just to start package upgrading.
Is this bug still current? If not, I will close it soon.
yep I'll go ahead and close it.. we added a bunch of upgrades since this version reported.