Description of problem:
If user clicks into empty window (for example Multipath Devices tab in storage filtering or cleardisks screen), colour of this window changes from white to #f7fbff (on top) and #f7f7ff (bellow). It is also reproducible using <TAB> to walk through all elements on the screen. Screenshots will be attached.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. start the installation in vnc mode
2. connect via vnc (vncviewer -FullColor hostname:1)
3. proceed to the filtering UI, select "Multipath Devices" tab
4. make sure there is no device listed and click into empty window (or use <TAB> to navigate to the window)
colour of the window changes
colour of the window doesn't change
Created attachment 523392 [details]
before click (white colour)
Created attachment 523393 [details]
after click (#f7fbff and #f7f7ff colours)
We don't do anything special with colors here, and we certainly don't set those colors anywhere in the anaconda UI.
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