On the issue page there are action buttons that you can move a ticket along the workflow, such as close, resolve, re-open, etc. It appears that only 2 buttons show and the rest are displayed in a 'workflow' dropdown menu. Is it possible to specify which items show to the left of the workflow dropdown and to specify which order they show in?
For example, I have customized my workflow to put a transition "Ready For Testing" that is between Open and Testing step. You still have the option to go from Open to Resolve or Open to Close, Start Progress, and these show to the left of the workflow button, but I'd prefer to have Ready For Testing prominent and the other two in the workflow dropdown. Can this be done?
You can just use the opsbar-sequence property as stated in: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Configuring+Workflow#ConfiguringWorkflow-Changingtheorderoftransitionbuttonsandworkflowmenuitems
When you edit a workflow, you can click on a transition, and then click on Properties. You can then add the opsbar-sequence property to set the order of button appearance. You can similarly add the opsbar-transitions property to the status to control the number of buttons that appear outside the workflow dropdown.
We wrote a plugin to do this and believe it's worth it's price if you have a large installation. The plugin provides a drag and drop gui and allows reordering of workflow transitions within a step (reordering workflow transition steps is the next feature in our roadmap for the plugin).
We're currently offering a promotion for folks interested in our CCC Last Comment plugin where we include a free license to Transition Reorder X (what we call it) - had nearly $10K in sales of last comment since the promo went live and...nobody's bothered to download TRX. Strange when you can't even give it away...
To Clarify - this plugin only works with the Server version, not with OnDemand.
I think that yes it is possible. If I'm not wrong those buttons are shown in the order of the transitions are in the workflow. If your first transition of a step is the "Ready for Testing" then this would be the first button to show.
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