Tempo separating planned and logged time

Over the last week in the tempo timesheet view, planned time and logged time have been seperated aand are not appearing in the same line. The issue is represented twice with planned time on one line, and logged work on another.

The result is visually confronting making the tempo timesheet almost unusable.

Would anyone know why tempo is displaying in this way?

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Hi Andrew,

We have confirmed that this is caused by a change in JIRA v. 6.1-OD-03 and has been changed back in JIRA v. 6.1-OD-04 which we hope will be deployed to OnDemand next weekend (29-JUL-2013 Sydney time).

Sorry for the inconvenience,

Bjarni (Tempo developer)

Great, thanks for the update.

Hi Andrew,

can you send us a screenshot of the user timesheet where this happens and of the edit worklog window for a day where you have both planned time and worked time for the same issue (see attached screenshot).


Susanne Götz (Tempo)

Thanks Susanne,

Hope these are the screenshots youwere after. As you can see it is separting logged and planned.

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