Then why not say regarding? Not that you need to, as the rest of the title is clear.
Again, you can use any screen you want as a resolve screen. You just need to tell the "resolve" transition in your workflow to use the screen you have defined before.
That is the "view" screen which displays the issue you are looking at.
The "resolve" screen is used when you start trying to go through the resolve transition.
On the screenshot, you don't appear to have any workflow options at all - you need to check the workflow (for this project and issue type) and make sure it's got transitions, and you have the permission to use those transitions.
The screens are different entities. Why would a change to the resolve screen Affect the resolve screen? That's a bit like saying "I painted my house blue, but my sister's house is still white".
They are separate. I don't understand what you think you are doing.
"I created new resolution screen that have new resolutions" In this statement, new resolutions mean you added new fields to the screen?
If that so, whatever the new fields you added to that screen, you should also need to add them in the view screen. Then only you see the fields in the view screen provided
#1 the field should be selected in your custom resolution screen
#2 the field should be associated to your project
#3 the field should have option visible. Check in field configuration.
If all my above interpretation wrong, please provide the screen shot of your custom resolution screen and your view issue screen.
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