New Circulation Duration Rule fields need to be put back in more user-friendly order

Bug #1839875 reported by Erica Rohlfs
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Bug Description

Evergreen version 3.3

This bug is similar to bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/evergreen/+bug/1839874

Administration -> Server Administration -> Circulation Duration Rules -> click New Duration Rule button

In previous versions of Evergreen, when creating a new circ duration rule, the fields were displayed as name, max_renewals, shrt, normal, extended.

In 3.3 the order of the fields is: extended, id, max_renewals, name, normal, shrt, max_auto_renewals.

The order in 3.3 isn't entirely user-friendly. The duration fields for short (shrt), normal, and extended should be ordered together. max_renewals and max-auto_renewals should also be ordered together.

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Bill Erickson (berick) wrote :

Depends on bug #1839881.

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Felicia Beaudry (fbeaudry) wrote :

There was a fix committed for a relevant bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/evergreen/+bug/1840050
You can now reorganize the columns with the column picker in 3.3 and 3.4, but it appears you will need to do it manually.

tags: added: admin-pages
removed: webstaffclient
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