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Customize Jira collector using HTML/JS?

I have been trying to find some details on this and I have been having a lot of trouble.  Currently I am using the jira collector and I have the javascript implemented on a confluence page and all of that is working beautifully.  I even have the user name and email address populating the correct fields automatically once you view the collector.

However I am trying to do something like this:

However, this does not work and is messy.  I am hoping to add some custom JS to hide the name and email fields all together.  I cant seem to find out how to do this.  We also have scriptrunner, but I cant seem to get script runner to do what I want either.  Anyone have any ideas or know of any good resources for this sort of thing?

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Sep 08, 2022

@ICANSEEYOU7867 Are you trying to edit the issue collectors JS that is passed from the server or add additional JS that overrides the JS coming from the Jira server?

The second.  I have the auto populate fields working great 

I posted the solution here.

I was wanting to hide the fields that have the user's name/email since these should already be auto populated via my posted js in the link. I think I could just inject this via script runner now, but it's been a while since I've taken a look into it.

Its been a while since I've looked into this, I need to go back and remember where I left off 

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