In current version, anaconda gives the focus to the window where the
mouse-pointer is over. This makes no sense because there is only one active
window, but it causes ergonomical problems:
- go to the "Configure account" screen
- "Add" a new user -> an "Add a new user" dialog appears
- move mouse into the upper right corner of the screen
- try to find the edit-field with the input-focus
If the "Add a new user" window would keep the focus after the mouse was
moved away, the current edit-field would have a cursor indicating the
Can't fix now. Deferring. We don't have a window manager running in the
install, so fixing this might be hard.
I believe that this is a limitation of GTK, not the installer. I think you'll
see the same behavior in the disk partitioning screen. Perhaps the switch to
GTK2 will solve this problem. We are using the GTK Dialog widget now instead of
the Gnome Dialog widget.
should be fixed in beta2
The entries keep the focus, but the cursor is not shown. I believe this would
require a window manager to be running, which we do not plan on doing for this
This should be fixed now.