Can you use a "#" in your commit message without Fisheye triggering a Smart Commit?

Can you use a "#" in your commit message without Fisheye triggering a Smart Commit?  

The user's commit message is "JRA-123 foo bar #temp table instead of blah blah".  Fisheye wants to transition JRA-123 with #temp status

Fisheye sends an error:
Error Processing

Fisheye was unable to execute the transition "temp" on the issue JRA-123 due to the following unexpected error: No transitions for issue JRA-123 (Closed) matched the command "temp". Valid transitions are: ... .... 

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Hi David,

I'm afraid this isn't possible at the moment, since FishEye will always interpret '#' as a smart commit if smart commits are enabled. There's a bug report open for this which you can check at https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/FE-4278 - please feel free to vote and add any comments to it, as well as adding yourself as a watcher so you can track its progress directly. You may refer to Atlassian's policy regarding bug fixing.

Regards,

Gustavo Refosco

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