JIRA Client 2.3.4 brings a bunch of bug fixes and improvements to our 2.3 series. Let's look what is inside.
We've fixed several problems, particularly regarding the latest versions of JIRA, the 4.2 series. It includes situations when JIRA Client could not access information about labels if no custom fields were configured on JIRA, better handling of edge cases and error reporting (that means you won't see any more "Valid JIRA username and password required" when specifying valid credentials).
We have also fixed the issue with disabled comments editing for some JIRA installations.
There is now a shortcut for assigning issues: Ctrl+Alt+A on Windows and Linux, and Cmd+Ctrl+A on the Mac. Also, Mac shortcuts for Undo/Redo in text editors (description, comments, etc) were adjusted in accordance with the de-facto Mac standard to Cmd+Z/Cmd+Shift+Z.
For a complete list of changes, please see the change log.
Upgrade is recommended to all users. To upgrade from a previous version:
This version may be used in a free 30-day trial mode or with any JIRA Client license key with active maintenance subscription. JIRA Client Lite may be used freely with any JIRA server running on a Starter license, or with a JIRA server that hosts a sponsored open-source project.
If you have a connection to a JIRA server that has been upgraded to 4.2 and you are seeing multiple "Labels" fields in JIRA Client 2.3.4, you may fix it by clearing the local database.
ALM Works Team