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


Didn't run the program under the newly installed Ubuntu Gnome yet, but as the source code is the most recent from pull-lp-source and I didn't do any changes to the layout of the program, it should look good in GNOME. Will submit this now to launchpad with bzr.

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

Status in Ubuntu GNOME:
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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