Agile User Story Map background of card does not display

In this plugin, when I originally installed the plugin, all the user story cards appeared fine with the background being blue and I could read the text. I recently upgraded the plugin and now all of the user stories have a white background which makes it really difficult to read when the text is white. Is there a way to fix this? I'm using JIRA 6.2.7

EDIT:

I've added a couple of screenshots of what I'm seeing. The Epic cards have always shown fine as you can see now. My Story cards on the other hand have no background as you can see.

 

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2 answers

Hi David,

 

please update Story Map add-on to the latest version. apparently there was a conflict with another add-on.

 

Cheers,

Florian

 

Thank you so much for your reply. I just updated it today with no luck. I'm currently running version 2.7.4

What is the current version of the Story Map add-on? I just installed it and am experiencing this issue. 

which browser do you use?

and please try to clear your browser cache - then reload the map.

I just cleared all browser cache and cookies for all browsers that I use and restarted my computer for good measure. I am still seeing the same behavior with all browsers using the following versions. Agile User Story Map 2.7.4 Firefox 33 Chrome 44.0.2403.157.m IE 11.0.9600.17914 Thanks

I also cleared browser cache and cookies and restarted. Still seeing same behavior as David. Agile User Story Map Version: 4.1.8-AC Chrome Version 44.0.2403.157 (64-bit) Thanks

this is odd - I cannot reproduce this behavior. It seems to be a css conflict. which other add ons do you use (maybe the conflict comes from another add on)?

can you please assign a user for me to your cloud instance, then I can check what is the reason. please use our support email therefore.

we deployed a fix - please try again!

Thanks so much! It's working now.

Darn, I don't see the update, was this deployed for just the cloud version? I'm using the server version... I do agree that this is probably a CSS issue. I only see the following in the HTML. <div class="card ng-scope as-sortable-item-handle" ng-class="story |storyMapColorFilter:{green:$root.userpreferences.filter[$root.current.structureKey].green,orange:$root.userpreferences.filter[$root.current.structureKey].orange, move: storyMap.isMovableStories()}" as-sortable-item-handle=""> It doesn't appear that the class that is needed for. For examplein the epic card it has the bit-card-grey class where as the story card doesn't have anything that would refer to that.

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