Are you sure? You will have received a confirmation email from me for all sign ups to the Cloud Vendor first release for Jira but I don’t see that site enrolled.
Could you be confusing this with the Jira Cloud Vendor Feature Preview sign up?
Cloud Vendor Feature preview is similar to a server EAP, it’s usually more than a week or so before release, and it won’t necessarily be the final release as we may make changes or fixes. We’ll use this for big changes where we anticipate apps might need some moderate work to remain compatible.
Cloud Vendor First Releases are ready for production, however we’re releasing them first to ecosystem vendors to ensure you’re ahead of your customers.
Similar to my reply to Daniel, it doesn’t look like you’ve actually submitted that jira instance via the link supplied above. Would you try again? You’ll get an email in 24-48 hours confirming your instance has been added.
Regarding navigation, we use <a href="JIRA_URL" target="_top"> everywhere and it seems to work even with the sandbox attributes in place. Since it’s a clickable link, it’s probably considered as allow-top-navigation-by-user-activation.
Hi @dboyd ,
I’ve found an issue: if a Widget Connector macro (with a YouTube video) is used inside a 3rd party macro (for example, Table Filter macro), then it is not possible to open the video in a full-screen mode and JS exception is thrown:
Failed to construct 'PresentationRequest': The document is sandboxed and lacks the 'allow-presentation' flag.
We are using window.top.location.href = in our app in a number of places, therefore, we would like to request an extension so we can test the impact of this change on our app and implement potential workarounds/fixes.
While there may not be any apps that absolutely depend on the presentation mode being available, it will surely cause confusion for our users if videos cannot be expanded to fullscreen mode anymore.
For us, this mainly affects our “Getting Started” pages where we have embedded Youtube videos that explain our apps. It is the first point of contact with our customers and we’d rather leave a good impression. It would be a shame if those videos would become hard to watch because of small fonts etc. if they could no longer be enlarged, especially for users with impaired vision.
Also, shouldn’t the consideration which sandbox attributes are allowed be more regarding security and user experience and less about which apps are currently depending on those attributes?
This is also blocking showing PDF in iFrames. We missed this post so users are reporting this which breaks the app completely. Will try to understand how to ping you David but please find the Jira plugin below.