Well, since no one has responded to this, I will go ahead and open an issue
(assuming there is not one already). This is a bug as far as I'm concerned.
On Tuesday, October 14, 2014 4:44:45 PM UTC-4, David Carson wrote:
> Not sure if this should be considered a bug, but certainly not what I
> would expect.
> In order to add a reviewer to a request, I can start typing the username,
> or I can start typing the full name. This is great so far. If I start
> typing "Dav" I get three matches (two Dave and one David).
> However, it seems to me to be impossible to use <tab> or <enter> or
> anything else to actually cause one of these matches to be auto-filled in
> the field. The only way the field gets auto-filled is if I am typing the
> actual username when I attempt the auto-completion. Maybe I'm missing
> Moreover, the same is true if the case does not match. We have one group
> defined so far, which is an all-uppercase acronym. If I start typing the
> group in the group reviewer field using lowercase letters, it finds the
> group and tells me to press <tab> to auto-complete. When I press <tab>, it
> does not auto-complete.
> It seems like, if the matching occurs using either username or fullname,
> and if the matching occurs using either the exact case or not, then the
> tab should grab that match and fill in the appropriate username/groupname.
> Is this a bug? Should I open an issue?
> Running RB 2.0.8, CentOS 7.0, Chrome browser.
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