YouTrack: Clicking 'New' opens up existing issue. Follow
I am seeing two issues under IE 7:
1) Clicking 'New' issue while trying to file an issue for YouTrack brought be to editing my last reported issue from several days ago. I tried this several time all with the same effect.
2) I can edit an issue that someone else entered. While I believe it would be nice to be able to annotate, tag, link an issue with 'related to' or duplicate of. Do you want any authenticated user to be able to edit someone elses issue ? It would seem that the SPAM bots would have a quickly track the YouTrack bug reports, just when I am starting to like it ;-) !
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Have you experienced these problems on your own YouTrack instance, or on JetBrains tracker?
Are you sure you have actually reported the issue that you see after clicking "New"?
> Have you experienced these problems on your own YouTrack instance, or on JetBrains tracker?
It just appened again last week.
It is happening on the JetBrains instance when I am trying to report an IJ bug.
>Are you sure you have actually reported the issue that you see after clicking "New"?
I just tested it again.
When I go to YouTrack it is by default setup as 'IDEA:Feedback'.
The first issues showed in the issue list is 'IDEA-25368'
When I click 'New Issue' I see:
Title: 'Reafctoring should be able to ignore selected ';' at end of a block of code.'
Description: 'I depend on IntelliJ refactoring and I have found it inconsistent and furstrating at times..........'
This is an issue I filed a month ago.
I don't dare edit that text as I am not sure if I am editing a new issue or editing an old issue.
Can you find the issue you filed a month ago? If the issue exists you may safely clear the draft issue. If you can't find the issue you probably did't file it for some reason, post your draft. In the worst case, it will become a duplicate.
"Develop with pleasure!"
>Can you find the issue you filed a month ago?
>If the issue exists you may safely clear the draft issue.
Thanks, that's reassuring !