Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 591286
Save to Bugzilla shows "Finding storage devices" instead of progress
Last modified: 2010-12-01 11:16:15 EST
Created attachment 413240 [details]
Description of problem:
After traceback for bug #591275 I selected to save to Bugzilla. After filing my username and password anaconda shows "Finding storage devices" dialog instead of a progress message that saving to Bugzilla is in progress. See attached screen cast.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Hit a traceback and select Save to Bugzilla
2. Fill in username and password
Anaconda shows "Finding storage devices" dialog
Anaconda will show something like "Saving to Bugzilla. Please wait ..."
screen cast attached
Chris, this looks pretty simple. I think we just need a status window displaying in text mode when it's saving to bugzilla. That'll cover up any windows that have not been popped.
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Same thing in GUI mode as well.
> Chris, this looks pretty simple. I think we just need a status window
> displaying in text mode when it's saving to bugzilla. That'll cover up any
> windows that have not been popped.
That'd need to be handled in report, which now has the bulk of the exception handling UI. I know there at least used to be a bug requesting a progress dialog. It was filed against python-meh, and I moved it to report.
We'll have to handle it that way. It's unrealistic for anaconda to pop whatever dialog may have possibly been displayed at the time of the exception. We simply don't have that information.
For this i think we need progress dialogs for newt mode (and gui mode and text mode).
I'm not sure i can get this done by GA freeze.
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