Created attachment 424081 [details]
scerenshot of the abrt backtrace report window showing its extra large size.
Description of problem: The GUI containing the ABRT backtrace for a crash is not resizing automatically for different screens sizes. For my Thinkpad R60, i always have to manually resize the window to see the CANCEL , REFRESH and SEND REPORT buttons. This problem was not there for sure in the abrt in F12.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 1.1.1
How reproducible: Everytime the backtrace window is opened in abrt for filing the crash report.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click on a bug in the abrt logger window, Click Report and choose bugzilla.
2. The new window that opens is having far higher resolution than the screen size.
Actual results: The abrt backtrace window lacks automatic resize as per the screen size available
Expected results: The gui should resize on its own, with scroll bars to show whole of the content.
*** Bug 604037 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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