For example, How do I change which fields are in bold here? I would like to add a custom field "Issue Solution" after the Description drop down. However, when I edit the edit/view issue screen for this project, I end up only changing the field is light grey.
Thanks in advance
The attachments panel will disappear if you turn off attachments. I think you can get rid of Description if you make the Description field hidden for the project/issue type, and I have a feeling disabling the activity stream system add-on will hide the activity panel.
But you probably don't really want to do any of those downgrades.
Since you aren't answering my question let me make myself clear.
How would I go about adding another panel instead of description?
How can I add a new panel after the description panel?
What plugins do I need to modify to make the necessary changes.
When I overview an issue I would like to see the description as a panel. After description I would like to see "Issue Solution" as another panel. How do I go about doing this?
I could be a bit grumpy and respond with "since you are not reading the answers", but I do understand that my writing has been quite terse today, so that would be just as unfair.
Instead, I'll try to rephrase:
>How would I go about adding another panel instead of description?
You need to create and install a new add-on that would implement a new panel in the issue view screen.
This could also be done with existing add-ons in the marketplace, although most that create new panels do so with a specific purpose which is not configurable as "pull arbitrary custom field in here". I suspect Script Runner may be the only one that does that.
>How can I add a new panel after the description panel?
Same answer as above, but with one more point - the panels in this area are "weighted" by their properties (which is just a number in the add-on definition file) and that determines the order they appear in.
>What plugins do I need to modify to make the necessary changes.
The ones you add to your system after writing them. I've talked about "add-ons" a lot here. They used to be called "plugins", and Atlassian recently re-badged them as "apps" (I'm sticking with add-ons, because to me, "app" is an abbreviation of "application", and Atlassian uses that word to mean something different again, so it's all confusing and annoying)
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