The current release of Vivid Trace, version 1.0, won't display on a single page all the linked issues in a project. It only shows all the linked issues reachable from the issue being viewed, according to project settings.
The forthcoming new version of Vivid Trace, scheduled for release before the end of CY 2014, will comprehensively display linked issues on a per-project, per-version, and per-component basis.
I'll ping you here when it's released.
Vivid Trace does work with the issue and sub-issue types packaged with Zephyr for JIRA. Zephyr for JIRA has its own proprietary logic for dealing partially with issues generated from test cases, which is why Vivid Trace doesn't cover all cases at the moment. An examination and potential implementation on how to bring traceability for certain aspects of test cycles is scheduled for the beginning of 2015. If possible, may we have your permission to consult you directly during that process?
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