Samuel Sieb composed on 2017-07-22 09:58 (UTC-0700):
Felix Miata wrote:
> What I wish is to limit the search to bugs filed against F25 or
F26, so I goto
> the "Version:" select list only to find it contains approximately 2,053
> selections from which to choose (I saved https://bugzilla.redhat.com/query.cgi
> to disk and found the options to begin on line 1268 and end on line 5273). That
> many selections are totally unwieldy in a box that shows only 6 selections at a
> time, particularly since that list contains a mixture of alpha-numeric and
> numbers-only selections of unknown sort state (A=a, B=b, etc., or not) and I
> don't know whether I'm looking for 26, F26 or f26.
After you've picked Fedora as the product, click the refresh
versions/releases/milestones button. Then you'll find only the Fedora
release numbers in the version list.
Who would know such a button exists? :-p
Work-flow as I've described:
3-scroll window down so that version/milestone/target lists are fully visible
4-what refresh button?
5-continue selecting restraints
6-enter search terms in summary and/or comments and/or other
Don't you think such a (*unique to BRC* AFAIK) button belongs in the same page
view as the objects to which it applies?
It seems like having made product and component selections the version list
would be refreshed automatically. :-(
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