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Description of problem:
"Weather report" applet has a list of locations. There is a typo in the following name: "Europe/Russia/Nizhny Novgorod/StriNgino". The proper name of the airport in Nizhny Novgorod is "Strigino", not "StriNgino".
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start GNOME desktop.
2. Right-click on the GNOME panel, select "Add to Panel..." from the context menu.
3. Select "Weather Report" from the list of available applets, press "Add" button.
4. Right-click on just added "Weather Report" applet on the GNOME panel, select "Preferences".
5. Activate "Location" tab of "Weather Preferences" dialog.
6. Expand "Europe", then "Russia", find "Nizhny Novgorod/Stringino".
Actual Results: You see "Nizhny Novgorod/Stringino". Pay attention to the first occurence of "n" in "Stringino".
Expected Results: The correct spelling is "Strigino".
This report targets the FC3 or FC4 products, which have now been EOL'd.
Could you please check that it still applies to a current Fedora release, and
either update the target product or close it ?
No it is not applicable to current FC release, bug has been fixed. You may close
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