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Spelling Error - like seriously ?

I was going through descriptions of my JIRA Advanced Settings - read the description for 

"jira.search.views.default.max"

The default maximum number of issues exported from search results. Users can override the default by changing the URL 'tempMax' parameter. This value must always be lower than or equal to the 'jira.serach.views.max.limit' value. When set to '0' there is no default limit applied, but the value of 'jira.search.views.max.limit' still applies.

 

Then I went to the documentation on https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver/configuring-advanced-settings-938847828.html

 

Even the description on the documentation has the same spelling mistake - COPY PASTE ? :-)

Can't expect a wonderful tool like JIRA to have such silly spelling mistakes embedded on its codes that reflects on the UI :p 

 

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