Could whoever implemented this (I forgot :) answer this question?
>Subject: Quick question re custom statuses
>Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2003 15:34:10 -0600
>Thread-Topic: [Mantisbt-announce] Mantis 0.18.0a2 released
>From: "Beasley, Steven" <sbeasley@...>
>To: "Jeroen Latour" <jlatour@...>
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>Hello Jeroen -
>When setting up Mantis I notied an option about allowing custom
>statuses. That's excellent (since we use a few here with our old bug
>tracker). How would I go about adding additional statuses?
>I've checked the discussion groups, but haven't found anything relevant.
>Thanks much! I've used at least 6 different bug tracking systems, one
>home-grown by Disney, others insanely expensive... Mantis is shaping up to
>be a pretty cool combination of things I always liked from each.
>From: Jeroen Latour [mailto:jlatour@...]
>Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 11:15 AM
>Subject: [Mantisbt-announce] Mantis 0.18.0a2 released
>Mantis 0.18.0a2 has been released!
>This second alpha on the road to 0.18.0 contains a dozen bugfixes, the most
>important of which are:
>- The language set in the user preferences is now loaded again
>- A dramatic decrease in the number of queries on the 'View Bugs' page
>- Some of the localisations shipped with 0.18.0a1 were missing some
>language strings. They've been synchronised.
>For the full details, check the ChangeLog.
>As with the first alpha, you shouldn't run this in a production
>environment. Feel free to test though... (Report bugs at
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