Redmine to JIRA import has blank project names on step 2

We're trying to import a bunch of projects from Redmine (v1.3.3) to JIRA (OnDemand) and the project names on Step 2 are not showing up. If you view source you can see that they're on the page, they're just hidden. Unhiding them (using firebug) and then selecting a project to import to works, so you're able to continue, but it's a real pain to have to do for multiple projects!

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Jason Worley Atlassian Team Sep 25, 2013

This is a known issue. On the bright side, it was fixed by developement but it hasn't been deployed to production.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-34950

The fix will hopefully be included the next release. Please keep watching JRA-34950 for status updates.

Hope this helps!

Thanks Jason. I've added a vote to the fix - hopefully it'll get deployed soon. In the mean time, adding the following CSS via firebug/chrome developer tools forces all of the names to be displayed and allows you to continue with the import:

.project-field {
   display: block !important;
}

Sorry, and what is the way to figure it out? Thanks

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