Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 801203
tall, unusable network menu due to small screen and many wireless networks
Last modified: 2013-02-13 15:26:00 EST
Created attachment 568445 [details]
screen shot showing menu taller than screen; four additional menu items are inaccessible below the "WiscVPN OnCampus" item
Description of problem:
My laptop has a somewhat small (1024 x 768) display. When I am in view of many wireless networks, the shell's network menu becomes significantly taller than the screen. The bottom of the menu is cut off, preventing me from selecting various VPN connections or bringing up the overall network settings control panel.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Use a machine with a small screen.
2. Go to a WiFi-dense area.
3. Attempt to use the GNOME Shell's network menu.
Menu is taller than the screen, making menu items near the bottom of the menu inaccessible.
Either the menu should scroll or more WiFi networks should be hidden under the "More..." submenu. In either case, menu items toward the bottom of the menu should remain accessible.
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