Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 625809
Same message differes in text and GUI mode
Last modified: 2011-05-19 08:34:14 EDT
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #599608 +++
Description of problem:
Steps to Reproduce:
1. start installer both gui and text
2. choose "Czech" in the language selection dialog
3. enter "anaconda" twice as the root password.
The translated text in both text and gui mode is different.
--- Additional comment from firstname.lastname@example.org on 2010-08-20 16:50:59 EEST ---
From Radek on IRC:
(16,38,13) rvykydal: atodorov, the string in text mode has "\n\n" appended compared to that in gui.but that is a different bug
(16,38,52) atodorov: ok cool
(16,39,41) atodorov: rvykydal: which string exactly? there are several strings that differ
(16,40,10) atodorov: the weak password warning and the yes/no /cancel buttons
(16,40,31) atodorov: do you guys just have yes/no in text mode and cancel/accept in gui?
(16,40,39) rvykydal: yes, that is ok
(16,41,06) rvykydal: note that there is a question in text mode
(16,43,40) rvykydal: and I was talking ("\n\n") about "You have provided a weak password" not being translated in text mode (it is translated in GUI) before
(16,47,47) atodorov: ok, thanks for the explanation
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This should be fixed in version 13.21.87 of anaconda.
Fixed in Snap #2.
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