Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 174297
Suboptimal completion dialog placement
Last modified: 2008-03-11 12:34:03 EDT
The placement of the completion dialog in for example keyboard layout view
during installation is suboptimal.
For example, when prompted to choose the keyboard layout, click on the list of
layouts to activate the widget and hit "f". The completion dialog appears in
the lower right corner of the screen, where it is both hard to notice when it
would be useful, and later after the choice has been made when it's no longer
useful, it's in the way and covers the "back/next" buttons.
Hrmm... this is just using the standard gtk functionality and I odn't think
there's any control over placement for there. Jonathan -- am I missing
I could have sworn that I exposed tree_view->priv->search_dialog_position_func
in a public API. I really, really meant to. But it looks like its not there.
Filed at http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=322591
[Note that the funcionality for TreeView search is completely done with public
API, so you could always fake it; not a whole lot of fun, though. ]
Yeah, I prefer just using the toolkit rather than reimplementing it :P
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