Ability to Disable Rich Text Comment Editor in Jira Cloud

It appears that JIRA Cloud recently gained an in-line Confluence-style text editor bar for comments, so that users' don't have to remember \{noformat\} and such.  That's wonderful, except that the comment field often intercepts my attempt to switch Chrome tabs (CTRL-1, CTRL-2, etc), and instead inserts h1. and h2.

 

Is there any way to do the following:

  1. Disable the comment rich text editor, without disabling Wiki rendering?
  2. Disable the comment rich text editor, just for my user?

 

It's a nice addition, and one that I think my users' will appreciate, but I would very much like to opt my own user out of using it, and instead go back to using wiki markup code.

 

Thanks!

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Paulo Junior Atlassian Team Mar 12, 2015

Hi Kevy,

 

It's not possible to disable the rich text without disabling the wiki rendering, however, to stop inserting headers on comments when trying to switch to other tabs, you just have to click outside of the comment box before.

 

Kind Regards,

Paulo.

Thanks for the answer, Paulo! Hopefully the ability to enable/disable the rich text edit box per-user comes in a future version.

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