Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 829008
Address bar vertically misaligned when custom default font size set
Last modified: 2016-05-31 21:31:13 EDT
Created attachment 589612 [details]
Screenshot of problem
With a custom 10pt default font size set for Shell using gnome-tweak-tool, the Web address bar has an incorrect vertical size and no longer lines up with other buttons on the toolbar. See attached screenshot.
The stop-loading/reload button is intended to be a separate button in the toolbar. Its size is defined by GTK+ and is equivalent to history forward/backward buttons (on the left side of the url bar).
If it's intended to be "a separate button in the toolbar", why does the address bar seem to be underneath the button itself?
This looks really bad.
Seems to be a "feature" of the GtkActionGroup.