When you click on edit ticket, you're given a form that
takes the ticket number as its only input. It would
be nice to have a button or other link from the view
ticket page to the editing page for that ticket.
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But you do have a link from the View page.
The ticket number in the 'Ticket ID' field
at the top of the View Page is a link to
the Edit Page for the ticket.
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I know about the link from the "List tickets" view. My suggestion was for an additional link from the view of an individual ticket to edit that particlular ticket.
But that does already exist (as I tried to explain ;-)
Go to the homepage http://btt.sourceforge.net/
and look at the 'View Ticket' screenshot.
Look at the 'Ticket Id: 10' field at the top.
The '10' is a link to the 'Edit Ticket' page
for ticket no.10.
Yes, I understand that this link exists, though it wasn't obvious at first. My issue is that when you're viewing a particular ticket, a button on that page (though it may be in a different frame) that says edit ticket, should take you to the edit page for that particular ticket, not to a search page that will take the user to some arbitrary ticket.
Now that I think of it the search page could be replaced by a data entry field adjacent to the edit ticket button. This would make it more clear that one would have to enter a ticket number and save the time spent rendering the search page.
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