Our Project has two issue-types A (parent issue) and B (sub-task issue). Both have their own Screens and Screen-Schemes.
1. If I create a sub-task B in the parent-issue A (more -> create sub-task) it uses the right Screen Scheme. Everythings fine so far.
2. But if I create a sub-task B with a Post Function on a transition (script worklflow function) it uses the Screen-Scheme from parent-issue A but it normally should use its own Screen Scheme.
I don't know what I'm doing wrong...?
I don't think you have understood how these things work together.
A post function is something that happens in a workflow. You move from one status to another through a transition, and the post-function runs during that transition.
Post-functions have nothing to do with screens
An "issue type screen scheme" tells your project what "screen scheme" to use for each issue type, and those tell it which screen to use for create, edit and view.
In your description, JIRA is behaving correctly. Sub-task B is using the screens you've told it to in the issue type screen scheme.
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