Public bug reported:
I am using MATE, so my steps will be as such....
If I go to the menu: System -> Administration -> Users and Groups
When the window opens, I have only one user. Under that user, I click on button
'Advanced Settings'. After I authenticate and the window opens, it appears on
my screen very tall to the point where I cannot even see the bottom of the
window where I assume there are some buttons like Cancel, Ok, Submit, or
something to confirm or deny changes made. The window is somewhat narrow which
looks fine, but there is a lor of wasted space vertically. I am unable to
resize this window at all, not horizontally or vertically. The resizing icons
appear, but the window itself will not resize.
I believe I have the current version, but there is no version/about or anything
on this tool. The help is really of no use for this, and it does contain the
following, but the link goes to an invalid URL.
"To report a bug or make a suggestion regarding the Users Administration Tool
or this manual, follow the directions in the GNOME Feedback Page."
I am using MATE 17.10 with all updates valid as of today per Package Manager.
This may seem somewhat minor, but without a 'yes or no' button option,
these settings are all useless.
** Affects: gnome-system-tools (Ubuntu)
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