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[Bug 1525402] Re: "Input Sources" button looks really out of place in Keyboard settings


A few nitpicks
- Use a normal button, not the link button
- You seem to have broken the frame/window size of the keyboard panel, this should always remain the same as all other panels.
- It needs to be based on the xenial/3.18 branch, this is not something we could backport to trusty
- Screenshots are far more useful if they use all defaults, such as button layouts, fonts etc. Grab screenshots in a live session if need be.

Further the keyboard settings have been moved into universal-access panel for 3.20

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  "Input Sources" button looks really out of place in Keyboard settings

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Status in gnome-control-center package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  I am running Ubuntu GNOME 15.10 with GNOME 3.18 and I have recently
  noticed that in the gnome-control-center, at the bottom in the
  KeyBoard section there is a button which says "Input Sources":

  Though this button is only text, so actually not very obviously a
  button and in fact looks quite out of place, until I clicked it and it
  took me somewhere else I didn't really know what it was... The only
  time that a button like outline actually appeared around it was when I
  clicked it and that was only brief. So I really think that you should
  firstly make this button look more like a button (e.g.: add a boarder
  round it), and secondly actually put it somewhere on the page where it
  doesn't look just completely out of place, I don't know, maybe
  somewhere at the top or something, but it just looks odd and out of
  place where it currently is...

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