On 26/03/17 13:25, Karl Cheng wrote:
Something like "ALL
commenter:firstname.lastname@example.org" in the search box
should work. The "ALL" is necessary if you also want to search bugs
that have been marked as "resolved".
OK I tried that. The resulting message 'Please Stand By ' should
probably have read 'Please Stand Back From the Platform, the Next Search
is Not Scheduled to Stop at This Station'. But after a long wait, it did
eventually pull up what at first glance looks like a reasonable set of
bugs I've had something to do with. Thanks for the tip!
Probably the wrong place to suggest this, but I think what Bugzilla
needs is a massively simplified overlay for 'regular users', with an
option to show the Advanced interface (which could be set as default in
the user control panel). Although, perversely, that's adding even more
complexity to something in order to make it more simplified.
I wonder indeed if such a simplified interface and path for regular
users to be able to follow to file bugs is really what developers want.
Perhaps the complexity is designed to scare off thousands of ranty 'this
doesn't work so fix it' contributions. But when clicking the Help link
starts downloading a 40-page PDF, I think a website needs a rethink.
In order to submit a request for a simplified overlay, I guess I'll have
to use Bugzilla... :-/
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