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Old 22nd September 2004, 12:44 PM
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Display error in Save Dialog

Running Fedora Core 2. The problem is that the standard GNOME "Save" dialog box (the one you see when you go to save a document), looks like this:

Note the circled area. In the right-hand corner, it is supposed to display the "New Folder" button, but instead, it's a mash of the buttons to the left it.

I'm not particularly fussy, and personally I could live with this (it does create a new folder when the mash is ticked), but I'm setting this machine up for an inexperienced user, and I don't think she would understand what's going on here (she wouldn't know that there's supposed to be a "New Folder" button there).

Andy ideas how to fix this? I've tried changing themes, but that didn't help.


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Old 24th September 2004, 10:53 AM
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No takers?

Maybe this is the wrong place to post this - any suggestions where else I might ask?


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Old 24th September 2004, 12:47 PM
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That looks a like a bug to me. Why don't you go file it on the Red Hat Bugzilla? You can find it here.
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