I use Zephyr plugin and I try add test to Cycle (Navgation: Tests>TestSummary>Test Cycles>Add Tests>Individually button Plus>From Filter), but Issue Selector with using Filter shows only 50 first issues from filter and cut off name of issue to 80 characters. Is it possible to see next 50 results of filter and full names of issues?
Thanks for your interest in Zephyr . Using filter we can add as many test cases and it gets added to the cycle which you can view by click on the page number (pagination) .In my case I added around 86 tests.
Kindly check if you have any issues in following the instructions .If so kindly sign up to our support site "https://support.getzephyr.com/hc/en-us" and use the option "Submit a Case" to raise a ticket with us
I don't want add a lot of test cases. I have to add just one test from filter (Navigation: Tests>Test Summary>Test Cycles>Add Tests>Individually button Plus >From Filter), but issue-selector shows me only first 50 issues from filter when I need, for example issue number 63 or 125. At that time I can't choose right test because I see cutted test name (80 characters) instead of full test name (100 characters).
In relation to this problem, i created question 56472620:
I use a commercial JIRA plugins with a lot of web-screens. Are there any ways to enlarge functionality of it's screens: for example add buttons or substitute calling plugin's screen by my custom screens?
Is it possible to replace your issue selector web-screen on my custom web-screen?
I did ticket yesterday.
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