Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 493850
S-c-tools cleanup: bad spacings, alignment, layout
Last modified: 2014-01-12 19:08:43 EST
Description of problem
A clean, logical dialog layout helps the user to quickly understand what information is required from them. It's very important to have proper spacing between window borders, controls and separators (if used), controls alignment etc.
Steps to Reproduce
1. invoke any dialog
Incorrect controls spacing and alignment.
Correct window/dialog layout.
Look at GNOME Human Interface Guidelines 2.2   
Cna you provide specific instances, please? The dialog layout attempts to follow the HIG.
I realize it's not looking as clean as other GNOME applications - as far as I can tell, that's caused by the large amount of information and its complexity (nesting) compared to other dialogs, not by ignoring the HIG.
In 'main_app' window:
* Tabs are sticked to the window, there should be 12 pixels width border
In 'key_dialog' window:
* "Type" and "Severity" lables are centered
Both fixed in rawhide system-config-audit-0.4.12. Thanks for your report.