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How to hide the Tempo Submit button with ScriptRunner?

Hello, I'm trying to hide the Tempo Submit button with ScriptRunner.

When I search Tempo, Submit or Approval in the Hide what text field, I don't find anything about the Submit button. 

Does someone know how to do that with ScriptRunner?

Thanks!

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Hi @Éric Blais

Can you post a screenshot where I can see the submit button and I'll take a look :)

Cheers!

Sure. Here the screenshot. 

Thanks!Capture.PNG

Hi @Éric Blais

I need to see the full context so I know exactly what site the button is located on as I am not using this addon myself and are just trying to help :)

 

Cheers!

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Hi @Mathis Hellensberg ,

Thanks for your answers.

Sorry, I will take all the time it need to explain what I'm trying to do from now on. 

I'm trying to hide a the submit button (Soumettre période YYYY-MM-DD in French) in this page, with Script Runner or by any other method :

/jira/secure/Tempo.jspa#/my-work/timesheet

This is a page of the Tempo addon. Here the full screenshot and below, what the code of the button and what I tried to do :

Capture2.PNG

 

Here the code of the button :

<button class="tuiButton tuiButton--primary" name="peridProgressButtonTimesheetSubmit">Soumettre période 2020-04-01</button>

 I tried to use Script Runner Hide system or plugin UI element, but I didn't find anything about the tempo submit button in the Hide What list. 

Capture3.PNGSo I don't know what to do to hide that button. Do you think this is possible?

Thanks and have a nice day,

Eric Blais

As far as I can see it's not possible using Scriptrunner which I would have preferred :(

...but one way you could do it is to add this code in the 'Announcement banner' under System.

<style>

.iaRDYQ {
visibility: hidden;
}

</style>
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@Mathis Hellensberg Thanks for the answer. 

It works while the page load, but when it's finished, the button appears again.

Maybe it can't work. If the div that contains all the code of the button (and the pannel that appears when you click) would have a name, that could be easy to hide it with CSS (maybe not, if for example a script unhide it..). But that's not the case anyway.

Just out of curiosity, how did you find the .iaRDYQ? I didn't find it anywhere...

@Éric Blais  You can inspect the page and just select the element to see its class name. Maybe it is different for tour instance?

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@Mathis Hellensberg Thanks for the help.

In my instance, the classes names are tuiDropdown, tuiButtonGroup and tuiDropdown--split. When I hide the components one of these classes, it also hide the tempo button in issues. So that's a not what we need. 

Anyway, thanks for the answer. 

You should be able to specify the exact button only using css combinators https://thecssworkshop.com/lessons/combinators

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