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  1. Qt Installer Framework
  2. QTIFW-1707

Separate the login and sign-on page

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      It is not crystal clear for new users, what the difference between the login and sign-on is. In addition, it is confusing that if the sign-on field contains anything, like a white space, character, the user cannot edit the login fields. There is a good logic behind, but it's not clear to the user. 

      It would be better to separate the sign-on page completely from the the login page. The login page contains the login fields and a button to navigate to another page, if the user does not have a Qt Account. 

      Look at the attached wireframe for reference. 

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            kamartti Katja Marttila
            Reporter:
            tpyssysa Tino Pyssysalo
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            Tino Pyssysalo Tino Pyssysalo
            RnD Owner:
            Jukka Jokiniva Jukka Jokiniva
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