Why doesn't the JIRA visual workflow designer (flash application) doesn't remember the layout of workflows when you rename or change any other item associated with it?
It drives me mad to have to redo the entire layout of the workflow every time JIRA decides to reset it to the vertical layout it uses by default.
Where are the layout settings kept? In database? XML file or any other location?
Does anyone else have this annoying issue? and have you found any solution?
Looking forward to your answers,
A time-consuming but successful workaround that was suggested by someone in JRA-25548 comments was to use polygonal lines having at least 4 segments (even for a straight line).
I tested this and put each of the points for the line:
After saving, all of the lines as well as the transition labels stuck!
I know about the save icon. I use it often. But sometimes the layout gets lost... not sure for what reason.
if you wish to reproduce it:
That is my problem. ;o))
Any solutions are welcome!!
Maybe you are referring to this issue?
There's a bug in the Jira that messes up your diagram even when you fix it all and save it. There are a lot of questions about this.
I voted on JRA-25548 (and added comment & screenshot) back in January. I notice that this issue is still logged as an improvement rather than a defect.
Has anyone yet had a look at the new "Workflow Sharing Plugin"?
The feature list of stuff that will get ported includes...
Naturally, the plugin was released the day *after* I completed a very (very, very) tedious manual migration of my workflows from test jira to live jira.
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