I installed openSUSE 10.3 (which has GNOME 2.19) on my desktop machine, and recycled my old home directory from GNOME 2.16. My first login greeted me with this window:
What's wrong with this dialog?
It appeared in the upper-left corner of the screen. If you are going to ask me a question which I don't know how to answer, at least be nice enough to center the dialog on the screen.
"Expected was model": bad grammar.
How am I supposed to know the right answer? What's the difference between the "X setting" and the "GNOME setting" — is the X setting "pc104" and is the GNOME one "microsoftpro", or the other way around? Will it harm my computer to pick the wrong option? Will I be able to type if I pick wrong?
I just know that my keyboard looks like this:
It's definitely not a "microsoftpro" keyboard since it says IBM at the top. About "pc104"... who knows? Do you really expect me to count the one hundred-something keys to make sure?