Wracking my brain ... feel like I used to know this, but I can't buy a clue as to why or how to resolve whatever is being highlighted on a few issues in the scope view that have a red left border on the issue. I believe whatever is being highlighted is the cause for a violation in dependency error, but I'm having no luck identifying the issue.
Please help shed light on my (hopefully temporary) ignorance!
Those 2 issues might just be scenario issue. With the multi-scenario feature enabled, new scenarios can have multiple colors including red. Easy check would be the uncommitted changes button color. If it's red as well, then it's just the Scenario color.
Not sure I follow. If I make a change to a field within an issue, that uncommitted change is indicated by a small colored triangle in the upper right corner of that field, but doesn't highlight the left border as shown in my screenshot.
Red DOES happen to be the color of the one scenario that I have within this plan, however.
Oddly though, I cannot now recreate this. Some change I've made has caused the highlight as shown to no longer be visible.
Hi @Rick Crow,
Changed fields are highlighted with a triangle, but issue that are new altogether are highlighted by the bar at the beginning of the row.
So, it looks like the those issues in your screenshot are newly created issues in your 'red' scenario.
Hope that helps.
Hey @Rick Crow,
An issue remains 'new' (or a so-called scenario issue) from when it has been created in Portfolio, until it has been commited back to JIRA. Once it exists in JIRA it is no longer 'new'.
From your screenshot it would seem that the Q5-1241, Q5-1577 and Q5-1292 have not been commited back to JIRA yet.
Try creating a new issue in Portfolio and you should see the bars showing up on that newly created issue.
Argh. So which is it? Does this highlight method indicate new, or changed? The orange triangle indicates a field change. Since the rank is not visible as a field, was this other highglight method selected to indicate rank change?
I scoured the web looking for any documentation of this ... does it exist?
[..] was this other highglight method selected to indicate rank change?
looking for any documentation of this ... does it exist?
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