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Jira issues macro: display count disabled

When my JQL selects one issue, the Display As "Total issue count" becomes disabled.  How do I make it display a link that uses my JQL with text "1 issue" ?  It is curious that the "E.g.1 issues" link in the editor updates appropriately (see screenshot), so I suspect this is a bug.  

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Hi Phil,

Thank you for reaching out to Atlassian Community!
We've tested here and found out that it's expected that the option shows as greyed out when we use "key = TEST-123" because it means that it's a single issue. If we use OR or IN, the option to show the issue count will work.
Please, use the JQL key in (KP-10993) to use the issue count for only one issue.

Hope this helps!


Ok, that works for me.

But it's odd that it works since that syntax selects the same results.  Seems like the macro has knowledge of the syntax used, which is probably not the best design.

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