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[Bug 253635] Inoperable short-cuts in search dialog



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https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=253635


Christoph Wickert <fedora christoph-wickert de> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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                 CC|                            |fedora christoph-wickert de
          Component|gnome-system-monitor        |gnome-utils
         AssignedTo|sandmann redhat com         |rstrode redhat com
               Flag|                            |needinfo?(ray_hammond hotma
                   |                            |il.com)




--- Comment #3 from Christoph Wickert <fedora christoph-wickert de>  2008-09-05 07:54:15 EDT ---
Sorry, but your error description is quite confusing. What has
gnome-search-tool to do with gnome-system-monitor? AFAICS you are complaining
about shortcuts not working in gnome-search-tool, right? 

(In reply to comment #0)
> Expected results:
> The short-cut should navigate to the control related to the corresponding label
> i.e. Alt+N should move the focus to the search result list 

No, ALT+N should move the focus to the "Name contains" field and that's exactly
what it does.

> and Alt+E should move the focus to the search box.

No, ALT+E should focus the "search results" and works fine here too. Of course
there need to be results, that means it's only sensitive after searching.

Reassigning to gnome-utils, because this is the proper component for
gnome-search-tool.

Ray, please try to elaborate your problems, otherwise I'm going to close this
NOTABUG, because I really don't see one.

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