Description of problem:
The bacula tray monitor's status window does not make use of vertical scroll bars for either the clients being monitored nor the status area. The window's height changes dynamically as the user selects different clients to view. The resultant window height can easily exceed the display's vertical size at which point some of the window's controls may be off-screen. This makes it difficult to view the status data or even hit the Close button unless the user is knowledgeable in moving/resizing a window when the title or borders are off-screen.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Easy if the desktop display area is small enough or when monitoring a sufficient number of clients. I can reproduce the problem every time with a 1600x1200 display and nine File Daemons (FD) plus one Storage Daemon (SD) plus one Director (DIR).
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Configure the tray monitor to monitor at least a SD.
2. Open the tray monitor's status window.
3. Select the SD.
4. Notice the window size cannot be reduced vertically below a certain (rather large) limit. If that limit exceeds the vertical display size, the problem will be apparent.
Window size can exceed display size.
Window size should never exceed the display size, unless the user manually made it that way. Window should be capable of shrinking to a very small size and scroll bars should be utilized to allow this.
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