Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of QueuesPlugin


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Jan 4, 2011 5:07:57 AM (4 years ago)
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robguttman
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  • QueuesPlugin

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    202 == Tips == 
     202== Tips / Options == 
    203203=== Position padding === 
    204204Whether or not you cast the {{position}}} field into an integer for report ordering, you still may want to pad your position numbers so that they sort correctly in any report or custom query in which they appear.  You set this up globally in {{{trac.ini}}}: 
     
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    221221=== "Max items per page" === 
    222 Trac automatically paginates reports longer than the defined "Max items per page".  Depending on your usage of queues, you may want to either set this value lower (or higher) globally in {{{trac.ini}}}: 
     222Trac automatically paginates reports longer than the defined "Max items per page".  Depending on your usage of queues, you may want to either set this value lower (or higher) globally for all reports in {{{trac.ini}}}: 
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    233233 * DynamicVariablesPlugin - as described above, this converts dynamic variable textboxes into dropdown menus for those fields which are select fields.  This can make navigating amongst queues much easier. 
    234234 * DynamicFieldsPlugin - allows you to clear the {{{position}}} field when the queue changes, for example, and hide the {{{myposition}}} field from general view - as just examples of how it can enhance the user experience of this queues plugin. 
    235  * HideChangesPlugin - can hide ticket changes that do not have comments thus reducing the noise from queue reordering changes.* 
    236  
    237 === *Auditing ticket reorderings === 
     235 * HideChangesPlugin - can hide ticket changes that do not have comments thus reducing the noise from queue reordering changes.  See next section for other options. 
     236 
     237=== Auditing ticket reorderings === 
    238238Changing the value of custom fields would normally cause a ticket change which would show up on the ticket.  This may be just what you want to audit queue reorderings, however it can be quite noisy.  So this plugin provides several different methods to audit queue reorderings that gets set in {{{trac.ini}}} as follows: 
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