Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 180117
gdm password label too narrow for Japanese translation
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:44:38 EST
Description of problem:
The user/passwd label in the new Fedora Bubble theme is too narrow to display
the Japanese translation of "_Password" in one single line.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start gdm with Japanese system locale (ja_JP.UTF-8),
eg after a Japanese install.
2. Username to gdm login.
3. Input password to gdm login.
2. "Username(U)" label displays fine.
is split across a line.
Could the width of the label please be increased to allow translations to
fit the label width. This very likely also affects other Asian languages like
Korean, etc, I imagine
_very_ visible issue in some locales. moving to blocker for quick investigation.
Mo, do you have an idea here ? Ray and I randomly changed width attributes
in the .xml file, but we were unable to make the box adapt to the changing width
of the label.
This should be fixed now. Please test.
Needs to be moved from -HEAD.
Unfortunately I still see the same with 0.240-1.
My display is 1280x1024 fwiw.
ok, so the problem is not the initial size of the box, it is that the box does
not grow to accomodate the larger second label.
Related upstream bug:
We may not get to this for FC5, but it really can't block the release. Moving
FYI, this might possibly be a duplicate of bug #209571.
Please advice current status. Thank you very much.
I think this is for the FC5 artwork.
FC5 still has this problem, but closing anyway.