Those lists are populated with dnf groups, arent they?
$ dnf -q group list
Available Environment Groups:
Server with GUI
Custom Operating System
Installed Environment Groups:
Legacy UNIX Compatibility
.NET Core Development
Graphical Administration Tools
RPM Development Tools
Smart Card Support
$ dnf -q group info "Server with GUI"
Environment Group: Server with GUI
Description: An integrated, easy-to-manage server with a graphical interface.
no group 'dns-server' from environment 'graphical-server-environment'
Common NetworkManager submodules
Guest Desktop Agents
Hardware Monitoring Utilities
Server product core
Basic Web Server
File and Storage Server
Network File System Client
Remote Desktop Clients
Remote Management for Linux
Windows File Server
Does that line separate optional groups of Server with GUI environment group from generally available groups?
could be i am not sure but when i move the down arrow from any selection about that line it work fine then it hide like that then one more press it go the legacy unix option
but after fire your command and compare it with the selections from the installation i notice this group does not exist in the installation Games and Entertainment
so not sure if it’s that or something else