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Status: Fix Released => Confirmed
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Missing padding above menu's first item and below last item
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Status in gtk+3.0 package in Ubuntu:
Status in ubuntu-themes package in Ubuntu:
Problem occurs with: light-themes 13.04+13.10.20131014-0ubuntu1, Ubuntu 13.10
Does not occur with: light-themes 0.1.8.11, Ubuntu 11.04
1. Position the pointer on an empty area of the desktop, or of a Nautilus
window's main pane.
2. Without moving the pointer at all, either hold down the right mouse
button, or click once.
3. Release the button, or click again.
2. A shortcut menu opens with "New Folder" highlighted.
3. A new folder is created.
What should happen:
2. A shortcut menu opens with nothing highlighted.
This is a regression of bug 626462. I noticed the problem during a
usability test in 2009 or 2010, when someone tapped absent-mindedly on
the right mouse button and created a folder without realizing it.
The fix is to add as much padding above every menu's first item, and
below its last item, as there is above or below a menu separator (as
illustrated in bug 659866).
Fixing this would also help avoid accidentally closing a menu in the
menu bar, when its first item is a submenu or other control that is
dangerously close to other items in the menu bar.
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