Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 172982
Map problems when UI is enlarged
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:16 EST
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Description of problem:
When there is an amount of blank space on either side of the map (because you've made the window larger or because the map widget is in a bigger box, like in anaconda) and click to zoom in, you get weird behavior. The zoomed in map is too large, covers an area not in the highlighted part of the "pick your region" map, and has a large amount of dead space in that extended region where dots are not selected.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Switch to the map screen. Drag the edge of the window out to make the window larger, so there is blank space on either side of the map.
2. Hover over the Australia region, noting that the highlighted space goes as far west as some dots east of Madagascar.
3. Click on the region. Notice that the zoomed in map has now extended all the way to the left edge of the window and that the region covered by the zoom in includes as far west as South Africa.
4. Attempt to select dots on Africa. Notice that the arrows point far to the east, into the region covered by the highlighted region on the main map.
Expected Results: The map should not be resized so much when it is zoomed in. It should also only include the region shown by the highlighted section on the main map. I'm running into this when including s-c-date's widgets in anaconda.
Fixed in system-config-date-220.127.116.11.