Hide a button via Announcement Banner

I am using the "JIRA Email This Issue (JETI)" add-on to handle emails.  I want to utilize this rather than Jira's native share button since it saves the emails into the issue.  Being the case, I want to hide the share button.

I want to utilize JavaScript in the announcement banner to achieve this:

<script type='text/javascript'>
AJS.toInit(function() {
    AJS.$("#announcement-banner").hide();
    var shareButton = AJS.$("#jira-share-trigger").closest("li"); 
    shareButton.remove();
});
</script>

 

However, the behavior is inconsistent.

 

It works when:

  • A URL is entered into the browser
  • A refresh (F5) of a entire page.

It does not work when using a link within JIRA:

  • Issue Link
  • Issue search
  • parent link of sub-task (above the Summary)

 

How can I get the announcement banner to fire every time rather than only at full page refreshes?

 

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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Mar 17, 2016

It might just be easier to use pure CSS to do this.  At least for JIRA 6.4, something like this should work:

ul#opsbar-jira\.issue\.tools > li:nth-of-type(2) {
  display:none;
}

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