[Affected versions]: - Firefox 64.0a1 (20181015223336) [Affected platforms]: - Win 7 64-bit - Mac OS X 10.13.3 [Steps to reproduce]: 1.Install some extensions & themes. 2.Open about:addons. 3.Observe “Extensions”,“Themes” and “Plugins”. [Expected results]: - There are no layout issues for “Extensions”, “Themes” and “Plugins” pages. [Actual results]: - The content of “Extensions”,“Themes” and “Plugins” is aligned to the left side and the right side of the page has a white space. Please see the attached screenshot. I did a regression window and the next pushlog is the one that I get it from the mozregression tool but I suspect that Bug 1490366 is the one that caused this regression. Last good revision: aa4cdd603e44a5035074927038fa37bc44c68525 First bad revision: 8ad79784d883bbb2457ab066f4775ccb11377655 Pushlog: https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/autoland/pushloghtml?fromchange=8ad79784d883bbb2457ab066f4775ccb11377655&tochange =8ad79784d883bbb2457ab066f4775ccb11377655
The left alignment is intentional. It is more narrow now and left aligned to match about:preferences which is linked to in the sidebar.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 months ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
As for the "Missing something?" info block, that will be centred and converted to photon styles in bug 1495708 which is currently in review.
(In reply to Mark Striemer [:mstriemer] from comment #1) > The left alignment is intentional. It is more narrow now and left aligned to > match about:preferences which is linked to in the sidebar. FIXED implies we landed a code change to make a bug go away. If it's intended behavior, INVALID seems like a more appropriate resolution.
You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.