Can you view all issues between two selected versions?

I'd like to be able to select two different versions (with multiple versions in between) and see a list of all of the issues completed between the two versions.  Is this possible?  For example, if I have a client upgrading from version 1.1 to 1.4, can I view or create a release notes document that shows all changes between 1.1 and 1.4 (1.2, 1.3, 1.4)?

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One option if you want all parents printed in the affected versions. I can't think of a means to produce an html friendly report like the Releases page provides. Also, if you remove the function below and your configuration does not expose, or copy, the version, then you'll only get parents.

project = foo AND fixVersion in (1.1,1.2,1.3,1.4) AND type in standardIssueTypes()

You could also use operators though to define the range, but assumes your releases were released in this order. This includes 1.1. through 1.4.

project = foo AND fixVersion >= 1.1 AND fixVersion <= 1.4

This is the net of the versions between those specified.

project = foo AND fixVersion > 1.1 AND fixVersion < 1.4

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