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Old 10-27-2010, 05:09 PM
Jon Masters
 
Default Add Select All and Deselect All buttons to Add Partition dialog.

On Wed, 2010-10-27 at 11:47 -0400, Chris Lumens wrote:
> > Add "Select All" and "Deselect all" buttons for selection handling in checkboxlist.
> > Screen shot: http://tmlcoch.fedorapeople.org/buttons_1.png
> > Reference: Bug 641910 (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=641910).
>
> I think buttons here look really out of place. In other places in
> anaconda, we have a table that has a checkbox column and the header has
> a Select All/None button. So that would at least be consistent with
> what we do elsewhere. You could also make it so you can select multiple
> by highlighting multiple rows in the UI before selecting.

What exactly is that part of the dialog supposed to do, anyway? I always
have to select just one device for partitions I'm making and I'm curious
where you would select more than one, and it works as intended? I assume
it's intended for things like mds and so on?

A typical install I do (in which I always do manual partitioning, except
when testing defaults) will involve making a 1GB /boot partition, then
creating two RAID physical volumes and combine them into an LVM physical
volume on a RAID1 device. I can't recall exactly, but this dialog
doesn't seem to do what I want making those.

Jon.


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