Greenhoper: Where do I set that a complete Issue is crossed out in the ad.

Hi,

How and where can I set that the Board Agile (Scrum) in a closed issue, he crosses out these names?

But if I go into the issue and resolved it manually placed on or close these sweeps through it.

How it Looks like

What i need is:


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The strikethrough is controlled by the "resolved" field. If that is set, then you'll get the strikethrough.

Check the workflow either sets the resolution, or prompts the users for it when they move therough all the transitions into the status for the "closed" column.

Hi Nic,

thanks for your answer.

I have the feeling that in the current version an error is present.
In the version 6.0.5. GreenHopper this had created correctly.

If I then look at the workflow in the diagram view, there are no inheritance to the other status as Closed etc. available.

In comparison to default: going the arrows in all directions as it is shown in the documentation.


Unfortunately, the GreenHopper with Update from V 6.0.5 to 6.0.7 not automatically adjust the workflows.



resolved

thanks i got it! :)

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