I made a screen, I made Screen scheme using that screen, an Issue Type Screen Scheme to map type and Screen scheme, I want to use the new screen for a new issue type, glop, when I creatd it. But when I create the issue, I see he default screen.
Could you, please, look that: http://screencast.com/t/jshzy2XOm ? Is that helpful?
Thanks for your help.
I think I have managed to find out why the 'Create' Issue screen looks different from the 'Edit' issue Screen.
The reason for this is that on 'Create' issue screen you have selected the 'Custom' view. If you would select the 'All' view, then the screen created by you would show up (with tabs).
i'm not good in doing UI customisation, All looks to be ok the only thing i can think of is your field configuration.
Have a look at your field configuration and see if there is anything there that is restricting all your fields showing up on those screens?
In the field configuration, all the fields used by the custom screens have "show" active. And in fact, as it is the same custom screen and field configuration for the Edit action - it works for Edit - I suppose that is not here that the culprit is. That puzzles me, how the same custom screen with same configuration could work with the Edit action and not the Create? Both are mapped to this screen.
Wonderful world of JIRA is full of surprises and gotchas at times.
just as a crazy thing to try out ..
put it all back to default and associate it again.
underlying Database might have gone corrupt for some reason that might be causing all this mess you never know.
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