Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 446372
Some small user interface problems
Last modified: 2009-08-11 12:34:53 EDT
Description of problem:
There are a few small issues with the user interface:
1. When adding a storage device to a virtual machine, the "Device type:" spin
button expands vertically to fill the available size: try resizing the dialog
window to see what I mean.
2. In that same dialog, "Adding new virtual hardware", the cancel/back/forward
buttons are much too close to the window edge. It should look more like the
main window (Virtual Machine Manager).
3. When assigning storage space for a new virtual machine, if the file size has
been set and then the file location is changed (to another name that doesn't yet
exist), the file size is reset to 4000Mb.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Number 3 is addressed by bug 444168. I'll check out the other two issues.
Okay, both fixed upstream now, moving to POST.
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These are fairly small issues, and they sound like they're fixed in Fedora 11, so closing CURRENTRELEASE