I have been exposed to UserMessageUtil function from ScriptRunner.
I can make it work successfully, a pop up displays after a certain event, but I am not satisfied with how long the message pops up on the screen.
Is there anyway to set a time-frame for the message to stay on the screen?
Any help is greatly apprecaited!
This is not quite the "set a time-frame for the message" like you asked... but one option is to set the flag to manual closing.
First, construct your flag using a map. Then call the generic UserMessageUtil.flag method with your flag map as an argument.
def flag = [
type: "warning", //Other possible options are "info", "success", "error"
body: "Please Request for retrofit codes if not already done.",
The flag will remain open until the user clicks the x
I can confirm as of ScriptRunner 5.6.11 the above flag map format is still working. For close, use "auto" instead of "manual" and the messages should close automatically after a few seconds like the Jira ones. Without the flags I was having the same problem, messages did not close by themselves by default.
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