The GTK GUI window that asks "Where would you like to send this report?" is very difficult to read. It displays a row of buttons horizontally which, if there is lots of buttons, will stretch across the screen, and could stretch off the screen.
A better way would be to display the buttons vertically.
Also, the title in the window manager bar above the window is just "Query", haveing it repeat the question "Where would ..." would be better.
Pushed to fedorahosted src repo/master branch.
Created attachment 425290 [details]
change the regular buttons to a set of radioButton's
I did notice your previous update, but I figured this bug would be fun/simple to hack on anyway.
Feel free to test/use this patch. It should apply to the latest HEAD commit. The approach I took was using radio buttons in place of (normal??) buttons.
-Ian Page Hands
(In reply to comment #2)
Ian, will look at this as soon as i can.
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