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Bug 157011

Summary: Drag and drop should indicate destination when mouse is over the destination
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Cluster Suite Reporter: Paul Kennedy <pkennedy>
Component: redhat-config-clusterAssignee: Jim Parsons <jparsons>
Status: CLOSED DEFERRED QA Contact: Cluster QE <mspqa-list>
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Description Paul Kennedy 2005-05-05 22:27:06 UTC
Description of problem:
At the Cluster Management tab, when dragging a service to a node, there is no
indication of which node is selected.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
system-config-cluster 0.9.48 

How reproducible:
At the Cluster Management tab, disable the service to move, then drag it to one
of the nodes and observe.

Steps to Reproduce:
1.  At the Services area, click a service.
2.  Click Disable.
3.  Drag the disabled service to a node in the Members area.
4.  Observe that there is no indication of which node is the destination. For
    example, none of the nodes gets highlighted when the mouse cursor is above
    the node.
  
Actual results:
See Step 4 in preceding text.

Expected results:
A positive indication (for example, highlighting the node under the mouse
cursor) that indicates the destination. 

Additional info:

Comment 1 Jim Parsons 2005-05-17 13:08:17 UTC
I do not believe that this facility is currently available in the gtk.TreeView.
I cabn write something that does this, but not for this release -- while this is
good criticism, it is not possible to do quickly so I am marking as deferred. 

One additional note, while similar failings in a previous version of the code is
NOT an excuse for current behavior, the redhat-config-cluster code does not
highlight the target row either.