We encountered a weird phenomenon, hopefully one of you can help us out,
When we perform a search on JIRA, click on one of the results and then "Back to search" the icons on the right of the search bar are doubling
After two or three times we do that, it makes the browser freeze completely.
Please See the following screenshots:
2. Enter one of the results and then -Return to search-
2. Enter one of the results and click -Return to search-.png
3. Too many icons!
3. Too many icons!.png
And this is what happens if I repeat:
4. and that's what happens if I repeat.png
We (at least I) have started to see the same thing recently as well. We're running JIRA v6.4.11#64026-sha1:78f6ec4 and have been for a while (a week or so). Not sure exactly when this started, so I can't link it to an add-on update for sure.
Understood, I just saw it again and noted that the first 'spyglass' icon reruns the JQL, the second (which may be a tree or a spyglass, it varies) and subsequent icons all run a Query Profile and displays a popup like the attached.
Is this from one of the Support Tools?
Nope, I've not seen it do that before. I don't work closely with Jamie's team (I consult, they write cool stuff), and I don't have enough time to look at everything they're doing.
Still, we know what it is now. I'd see if you could turn off the profiler module in the add-on until a fix is available (there's a couple of internal comments that suggest the team are aiming to fix it sooner rather than later). And, of course, watch and vote on that issue!
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