Description of problem:
Fly High theme for kdm is broken: Username and password fields are covering
"Username:" and "Password:" strings.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Just go to KDM login screen.
Strings "Username:" and "Password:" are covered with username and password
input boxes (fields).
All elements are visible just like in GDM version.
Probably same element's width should be fixed in FedoraFlyingHigh.xml
Reassigning -> redhat-artwork
Hrm, WORKSFORME now, an early iteration had similar issues as seen in
What screen resolution are you using?
Resolution: 1024*768 (i can't change on higher and check again because its
So, does your screen look like the provided screenshot or not? (or are the
(fwiw, it looks fine on my lappy 1280@800)
It looks identical to your second screenshot (the right one).
I've upgraded Fedora from FC6 to F7 via yum.
More info needed?
*** Bug 247202 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
In reply to the question posted in bug 247202, no, I did not set the DPI
manually. Mine is a laptop screen.
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