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Bug#25375: marked as done (boot-floppies: [ Choose the DNS ] dialog overhangs to the right, fouling later displays)

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Subject: boot-floppies: [ Choose the DNS ] dialog overhangs to the right, fouling later displays
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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 2.0.10

 1998-07-21 set.

 At the [ Choose the DNS ] dialog, the menu overhangs to the right by
 about 3 characters, and that piece of it (with the scroll indicator)
 gets left behind and fouls the subsequent displays.

 I wonder if perhaps this didn't happen on the author's test machine,
 since a shorter hostname was chosen there?  The hostname for the
 laptop I am installing to is "journeyhawk", a fairly long name.

 I suggest printing the hostname in the top part of the dialog, and
 removing it from the menu items.

  Where is the DNS (Domain Name Service) server for $hostname?

 ??? Will that thing word wrap it for you? 

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