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in Jira 9+ all Transition-Buttons are now inside a Workflow-Dropdown.
We don´t really mind this but in some cases/projects we really want to separate a button and put it right next to the Workflow-Dropdown or the Assign-Button.
On top of that we like to create a second button which do something else like redirect to a link. This should be possible with Scriptrunner Fragments but i wasn't able to create something like this. I kinda have now two questions regarding buttons:
1 - Is there a solution to set a transition-Button next to the transistion-dropdown? Maybe using fragments? Dont really want to buy another third-party app.
2 - Using fragments is it possible to create a "custom-web-item-Button" right next to the transition-dropdown?
In the fragments configuration there is field "What section should this go in" with dozens of options. With the option "jira.issue.tools" i was able to create a button but it is... well next to the tools buttons in the issue view. Not exactly what i want. Anyone some ideas?
@Robert Bailey Thanks, that helped me also.
I have two questions related to this:
Can I add also an icon to that button?
Background information: I want actually to show customized screens for the "Edit". Therefore I would like to remove the original "Edit" Button (on the left in your screenshot) and use my own button, but also add the icon.
Second is: can I define the position of the button? Can I move it completely to the left (instead of the original "Edit"-Button) for example?
Thanks and best regards,
Hi @Dalibor Gasevic ,
Apologies for the delayed response. I have looked into this and its not quite possible to do exactly what you need. It is possible to hide the edit button, but it is not possible to add a new button there or have the 'edit' icon available.
The closest I could get was to the right of the 'Add comment' button. It looks like the section that contains the edit button is not available to us.
I have attached these screenshots to show you what is possible:
I hope this helps!