I just installed the custom user picker field and configured on field to test it. I can add users and the notifications work properly, but it seems that I am not able to delete users from the field again. Neither on a screen, nor directly on the issue. The trashcan symbol to delete users is available but has no effect. This is happening on a JIRA 6.2.2 instance which should be supported by the plugin.
No idea Chris, but I am suffering with the same problem! On the edit screen it is able to delete only the last one added, but that doesn't help:( it is a wonderful plugin, but this makes it useless. I've written to the maker, so let's see if there is something we can do. Btw. haven't you for a chance found an alternative for this plugin? Thank you
Hi Marketa, well, I ended up using the normal multi user picker field. My intention was to restrict the available users to pick on a certain group, couldn't find a better workaround yet and this plugin was not usable due to the bug we both experienced. Thus the compromise is to make all users available and work it out on an agreement with our customers :)
I see. Well, apart from the filtering, my main problem is the multi user picker being so uncomfortably gigantic. Having a field of a size of a house on issue edit screen, is impossible to offer the users. The auto-complete is an elegant solution. When it works:( Andrey got back actually, saying that he will try to get back on this asap, but he's busy.
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