priority-edit.vm file $issue object missing

Hi,

I had a modified version of priority-edit.vm file in JIRA v 5.2.6.
The same file doesn't work in JIRA 6.0.6 because of missing $issue property.
I also cannot find any documentation on which properties are accessible from priority-edit.vm template file.

Sample code to check presence of $issue property in priority-edit.vm file:
#if ($issue)
issue variable exist
#else
issue variable does not exist
#end

Could someone please tell me how to access $issue from the template?

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Bump.

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I've already read those documents. They are completely useless in this case.

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Am I really the only one that needs the priorities setup based on project or category????

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hi Miroslav Havrlent,

do you tried with $issueObject variable?

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