Text in pop up "Device X is now safe to remove" is cut

Bug #431232 reported by Lonoy on 2009-09-17
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Linux Mint
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Nautilus
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Bug Description

When the pop up is displayed, after unmounting a USB stick, the text advising you that it is safe to remove is cut so the last few words do not appear.

I have a screenshot if required.

Lonoy (todd-nodaleks) on 2009-09-17
description: updated
Philip Morrell (emorrp1) wrote :

Thank you for reporting a bug in Linux Mint. Unfortunately I cannot reproduce your problem, so it's likely that you've changed something as root (using sudo) that has messed up your configuration. If you can reproduce the bug in a fresh install (probably a virtual machine, or a new user account) then please detail the steps necessary, including any extra software you added and all software versions. Please also check out the Linux Mint Forums, where there are many more people available to help out with diagnosing any problems you have. You might also like to check out this article: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/bugs.html This is a standard response, so it may not be entirely appropriate.

I have also tested this on an 800x600 resolution to make sure it's not a resolution issue. My testing device was called "CBM Flash Disk" which is reasonably long, please post the screenshot.

Changed in linuxmint:
status: New → Incomplete
Lonoy (todd-nodaleks) wrote :
Philip Morrell (emorrp1) wrote :

thank you, I suspected that was it, do you by any chance have an Ubuntu install (either real or virtual) you could check this out on? That way we'd know if it's a Mint-specific issue.

Lonoy (todd-nodaleks) wrote :

Same deal in Ubuntu.

Philip Morrell (emorrp1) wrote :

Thanks, and I re-tested mine, and although it's not actually being trimmed, it is closer to the border than normal, so is blatently not wrapping.

Changed in linuxmint:
status: Incomplete → Confirmed
Lonoy (todd-nodaleks) wrote :

This shot is of another brand of USB Flash drive showing text is still cut.
Cheers.

Lonoy (todd-nodaleks) wrote :

This shot is when the data is being written. No problems there with the text formatting.

Philip Morrell (emorrp1) on 2009-09-21
Changed in linuxmint:
importance: Undecided → Low
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