Change the order of the workflow transitions in the sub-task menu

I've read great articles here about how to set the opsbar-sequence property to control the order of the workflow transition buttons.  Done that, works great, except for sub-tasks.  Within the sub-task view screen, the transition buttons do appear in the correct order, but the transitions do NOT appear in the correct order when using the "subtask menu" from the parent issue, which is how we want our users manipulating their sub-tasks.

Here's the correct transition order looking directly at the sub-task:

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But, here's the (random?) order they show up in the sub-task menu on the parent view screen:

image2016-8-18 23:48:57.png

Is there anyway to get them to show up in the "correct" order, as determined by the opsbar-sequence property, or any other way?  Should I just submit a bug report for this?

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Aug 18, 2016

This appears to be recorded here – https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-46194

Thanks, I threw my Comment and Vote behind one of those, hopefully they'll fix it someday!

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