Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 863813
Clicking on the abrt-applet notification after an application crash does not immediately invoke abrt-gui
Last modified: 2012-10-22 04:34:12 EDT
Description of problem:
This bug was discovered in response to the Fedora 18 Alpha ABRT Test Day.
Many of the tests - especially this one: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_ABRT in the 'Expected Results' section, claim that an expected result should be that 'clicking on the notification should open abrt-gui'. In my system, this is not the case. Clicking anywhere (besides the 'Ignore' and 'Report' buttons) inside the notification does not do anything but dismiss the notification without bringing up abrt-gui.
If the notification only appears as an ABRT icon in the GNOME 3 'taskbar' (official name??? - the icon tray normally hidden in the lower-right portion of the screen), clicking on the ABRT icon or the notification after clicking the icon simply dismisses the ABRT icon and no abrt-gui appears. The user must then invoke abrt-gui manually.
Clicking on the 'Report' button in the notification window does start the reporting process, but it does not bring up the abrt-gui main window at any time.
This described behavior seems to be different on Fedora 18 then in previous Fedora releases (if my memory serves).
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Steps to Reproduce:
(I crashed both smoltGui and gcalctool during my tests.)
abrt-gui does not appear after clicking on the abrt-applet notification.
abrt-gui should appear (per expected results on link above) after the user clicks on the abrt-applet notification.
* Smolt profile:
The test case was wrong, it was for the old ABRT version -> fixed.