** Tags removed: verification-failed-bionic

** Changed in: gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu Bionic)
       Status: Fix Released => Triaged

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  Update what's new graphic for Welcome to Ubuntu wizard

Status in gnome-initial-setup package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Committed
Status in gnome-initial-setup source package in Bionic:

Bug description:
  Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (desktop) features a new Welcome to Ubuntu wizard which 
shows on the first login after installing or upgrading.

  This updates the graphic shown on the What's new in Ubuntu screen

  "Clock and calendar" has been renamed to "Calendar and notifications"
  "Launcher" has been renamed to "Dock"

  Test Case
  1. Install the bionic daily build from 
http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/bionic/daily-live/pending/ (This is needed because 
that image will include the updated gnome-initial-setup package and represents 
a preview of 18.04.1. Otherwise, the problem is that the first login after a 
new install will not have SRUs applied yet and gnome-initial-setup is already 
running before update-manager will prompt to install updates.)
  2. Restart and log in to Ubuntu
  3. Verify that the label changes have been made on the first page of the 
Welcome to Ubuntu wizard

  Regression Potential
  None; this is just a substitution of a .png.

  Other Info
  See also

  The graphic is just a .png and is not translatable yet. See LP:

  You can restart the wizard after completing it by removing

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