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Bug#409418: g-i: When chosing radio button with the mouse - a white rectangle appears

Lior Kaplan wrote:
Package: installation-reports


I'm attaching a few screen shots taken from g-i mini iso from
http://people.debian.org/~joeyh/d-i/images/daily/netboot/gtk/ using
Hebrew for installation.

This is the "write changes to disk?" question in partman. The options
are yes/no.

The first file shows the initial look (answer is no). I clicked "yes"
and the rectangle appeared with the change in the radio button (second

I used the keyboard to move back to no, which didn't make another
rectangle to appear (third file). Than I used the mouse to click on the
first option which made the upper rectangle appear (fourth file).

I also checked this with Spanish installation to make sure it's not a
Hebrew/RTL problem.


It's correct that a white rectangle appears over the radio button the cursor is over, gtk/x11 has the very same behaviour. It's not correct, however, that the white rectangle remains there after a mouse click or after the cursor has left the radio button. This was a bug in gtk/dfb i recently patched upstream in gnome svn (btw, it was the same bug that caused the cursor to stay "I" shaped after leaving a text box).
To fix this we'll need a new gtk+-directfb upload.
I'm going to reassign this to libgtk-directfb-2.0-0 and merge with #388668 if it's ok for you.



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