Bug Reporter: can't see values of Classification and Reproducibility fields

Number:rdar://31684290 Date Originated:18-Apr-2017 01:25 PM
Status:Behaves as intended Resolved:19-Apr-2017 11:59 AM
Product:Bug Reporter Product Version:Any (new or old)
Classification:Crash/Hang/Data Loss Reproducible:Always
You can't see the values that you entered for Classification and Reproducibility for bugs that you have already filed.

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Go to bugreport.apple.com to file a bug.
2. Open a new bug.
3. If you're on the old RadarWeb, fill in the Classification and Reproducibility fields. If you're on the new RadarWeb, under "What kind of issue are you reporting?", choose "Bug", and then below that, fill in the "What type of bug are you reporting?" and "How often are you able to reproduce this issue?" fields.
4. Continue filling out the bug.
5. File the bug.
6. Go back to look at your filed bug, and try to figure out what values you entered for those two fields.

Expected Results:
The values for classification and reproducibility are listed on the bug report.

Observed Results:
The values for classification and reproducibility are not listed on the bug report.


Not a regression. This was a problem in old RadarWeb, and continues to be a problem in new RadarWeb.

Safari 10.1 (12603. on macOS 10.12.4 (16E195)



Message from Apple Developer Relations

This issue behaves as intended.

We are now closing this bug report.

If you have questions about the resolution, or if this is still a critical issue for you, then please update your bug report with that information.

Please be sure to regularly check new Apple releases for any updates that might affect this issue.

I don't remember what values I entered for Classification and Reproducibility on this bug, but I meant to enter "Crash/Hang/Data Loss" and "Always". Oh, the irony.

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