Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 439189
Last modified: 2008-05-06 13:07:13 EDT
If I do a system update from the icon, and then bring up the generic progress
dialog from there, and cancel the transaction, nothing happens. The update stops
to proceed, and the window just sits there, until it vanishes 30 seconds later.
I would expect to see a meaningful message saying
"System Update has been canceled" or something similar reassuring me that my
cancellation was successful.
Do you get better notification with git?
No. I'll attach a screenshot of the end result with 0.1.10
Created attachment 299591 [details]
I've added some better cancellation stuff into git. The whole PkProgress UI
could do with a lot of rework, but at least the button should go insensitive and
it should tell you what's going on.
Can you try git for me and tell me what you think please? Thanks.
Yes, the button goes insensitive, and it says "The transaction has been canceled".
But the progressbars are still there, frozen in mid-flight. I think they should
be hidden, together with the cancel button.
Also, we should do the same that we have done in other instances, and hide the
help button in PkProgress until we can offer help.
I'll switch PkProgress to use the new GpkClient dialogs - and then everything
should look the same.
Done in master.
*** Bug 444877 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***