Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 803604
Chat Integration - Issues
Last modified: 2013-02-13 09:41:45 EST
Description of problem:
There are 2 Issues :
1. When the new chat comes up, it shows up fine in the centre bottom of the screen, with the person name fixed at the top, but the as soon a i reply the reply text box moves down and is just half viewable, after second reply the whole of the text box is gone. though the user can keep on chatting without being able to see what is being typed.
2. Once the chat window is minimised from the bottom centre, its there in the right corner, the name of the person just scrolls up in while chatting in that position.
As mentioned above.
The text box should not loose focus in case 1 and the name of the person should not scroll in case 2.
Created attachment 570233 [details]
First Issue - half text box
Created attachment 570235 [details]
First Issue - Fully hidden text box
Created attachment 570237 [details]
Second Issue - No Name Visible
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