Created attachment 520229 [details]
this is what I see
Description of problem:
zenity dialog only shows 4-rows of text with scrollbar despite of --height settings,
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
ls | zenity --info-text --width=500 --height=500
Steps to Reproduce:
text area only takes 4-lines of text with the rest of dialog window empty gtk widget
text are to accumulate entire available gtk dialog space
This is under fedora15 zenity v 3.0 and gnome 3
everything worked under fedora 14 with earlier gnome versions.
the command line was of course, my mistake above...
ls | zenity --text-info --width=500 --height=500
I can confirm that. The solution is to install F16 package of zenity-3.2.0 which works fine, there seems to be no dependency problems.
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