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Delay to load Behaviour Settings


I want to check my user organization and if it was in an organization , show some value of a custom field. and if it was in another organization it can show another value to it.
i write this script in Initialiser in Behaviour Settings.

import com.onresolve.jira.groovy.user.FieldBehaviours
import com.onresolve.jira.groovy.user.FormField

FormField cForm = getFieldByName("Organizations")
FormField OrgForm = getFieldByName("Customer")
def orgValue = cForm.getValue()
def Mito = getFieldById("customfield_1111")

if (OrgForm.getValue() == "1")


but at first when the form loading, it show all items and after 1 second it will be hidden.
any ideas what is wrong here?


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This is because Behaviours have to be done last when doing the page rendering.  Jira pages can be very heavy on the javascript and it can take a while for it to all load and execute, and as the Behaviour is last, you're seeing it execute at the end.

thanks for your response.
Do you have a solution for this?
I want  to be displayed some values from the checkbox field if the customer was a member of a specific organization. 

The only fixes for this are to simplify and hence shorten the javascript needed (that's an Atlassian task, as the coders of the software) or to get a faster browser (which is unlikely to happen unless you're using a microsoft one)

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