This article applies to Colors for JIRA version 2.0.0 and above.
The Default Scheme is a scheme that is selected by default for any user, who has not explicitly selected any Color Scheme.
Also the Default Scheme is selected by default for anonymous users.
Users with Administrative access to JIRA server can configure the Default Scheme in the Global Color Scheme Manager.
Overdue Color Scheme is set as default
The current Default Scheme is marked with a green check beside the Scheme name in the Color Schemes list.
To make the selected scheme the default scheme, press the 'Make Default' button. This will change the current Default Scheme to the selected one.
It is possible to turn off Default Scheme feature.
To clear the Default Scheme - select the Default Scheme and press 'Clear Default' button.
Now there is no default scheme, and new users will get 'No Scheme' as the default choice in Scheme Selector.
Configuring Colors to work with Structure
Colors for JIRA plugin needs a compatible version of Structure for proper integration.
Please refer to the release notes of your Colors for JIRA plugin version for a list of compatible Structure for JIRA versions.
Disable Colors with Structure integration
You may need to disable Colors with Structure integration in following cases:
- You need to install incompatible versions of Colors and Structure on the same JIRA server
- You want to disable Color plugin extensions in Structure.
To disable the integration:
- Go to Manage add-ons page (Administration | Add-ons | Manage add-ons)
- Find Color for JIRA plugin and expand it.
- Expand module list of the Colors for JIRA plugin
- Disable all modules whose name starts with 'Structure.' (quotes are not part of the name)
You can enable Colors with Structure integration later. To do so, enable all the Structure-related modules.