The strange thing is, it seems to work, but whenever I clear the browser cache and open the create issue dialog for the first time, it is not working.
I have read almost every single thread about the topic here on answers.atlassian.com but I cannot figure it out.
That's not it. jQuery works just fine for me, but even with the following modifications you suggested it is still the same. When I first open the dialog, the field is rendered. If I close it and open it again then it disappears.
But the actual problem here is, that the code does not work if the preselected issue type is not setting binding the event JIRA.Events.NEW_CONTENT_ADDED.
We have 10 different issue types, but I only need to use it for 4, that means I have to configure it for all or for none =(
I really don't want to use another plugin for this and Jamie seems to be quite busy at the moment and does not maintain his plugins as well as he did in the past.
I would really prefer to figure out why this worked on JIRA 4.4.5 but is no longer working for JIRA 5.x
I was actually talking about ScriptRunner not the Behaviors plugin. People keep filing bug reports, but he does not seem to have the time to reply.
It's not that Jamie doesn't meantime his plugins. He just has an issue with JIRA 5.1 and inline editing vs the behaviour plugin. That is all.
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