Could you please help me how can I broaden the Test Step, Test Data, Expected Result fields on Execution page. (and narrow Comment Field for example)
Zephyr version : 126.96.36.1993
Thank you in Advance!
Currently there is not a way to adjust the column sizes on the Execution page. They sizes of the Test Step, Test Data, and Expected result columns are all set in size. This is due to the fact that JIRA allows us a finite amount of room to work in so we are using the space we have.
If we cannot increase the column size would it be possible to offfer either
- the chance of changing columns into rows within a step. this could be an option and so would not impact all users of your product yet it would offer those who wish to do so increased readability.
- make it each cell expandable when passed over so as to present an increased viewable area.
I too am receiving negative feedback from my users on this issue.
My company has been using JIRA for nearly a year, not only for s/w defect tracking but for all types of engineering issues. Our SVT team has test plans we would like to manually import from MS Word into Zephyr for JIRA. The plans are in a tabular format similar to Zephyr's and MANY of those plans have miniature screen shots in the expected results column for some test steps. Will Zephyr be able to accomodate this basic snapshot requirement in some future version? In keeping with the above theme of limiting column widths because of real estate limitations in the browser, the pictures in the Expected Results column should be presented as thumbnails that are displayed full size only when the user clicks on the thumbnail. This is exactly how snapshots are presented in regular JIRA issues and any JIRA user would be expecting this paradigm. For example, if "exclamation -point"filename.jpg"pipe"thumbnail"exclamation point" worked to insert a thumbnail of an attachment named "filename.jpg" into text the same way it works in a regular JIRA issue, we'd have exactly what we're looking for!
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