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Updated documentation to reflect changes after fix #13276

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<term>$g_view_issues_page_columns</term>
<listitem>
<para>This configuration option is used to select the columns to be included in the View Issues page and in which order. If one of the column is not accessible to the logged in user, or corresponds to a disabled feature, then it will be automatically removed from the list at runtime. Hence, the same column list may show a different set of columns based on the logged in user, the currently selected project and enabled features (e.g. sponsorship_total is only shown if the sponsorship feature is enabled).</para>
- <para>The supported columns are: selection, edit, id, project_id, reporter_id, handler_id, priority, reproducibility, projection, eta, resolution, fixed_in_version, view_state, os, os_build, build (for product build), platform, version, date_submitted, attachment, category, sponsorship_total, severity, status, last_updated, summary, bugnotes_count, description, steps_to_reproduce, additional_information. As for custom fields they can be referenced by adding a 'custom_' to their name (e.g. xyz would be custom_xyz).</para>
- <para>By default the following columns are selected: selection, edit, priority, id, sponsorship_total, bugnotes_count, attachment, category_id, severity, status, last_updated, summary.</para>
+ <para>The supported columns are: selection, edit, id, project_id, reporter_id, handler_id, priority, reproducibility, projection, eta, resolution, fixed_in_version, view_state, os, os_build, build (for product build), platform, version, date_submitted, attachment_count, category, sponsorship_total, severity, status, last_updated, summary, bugnotes_count, description, steps_to_reproduce, additional_information. As for custom fields they can be referenced by adding a 'custom_' to their name (e.g. xyz would be custom_xyz).</para>
+ <para>By default the following columns are selected: selection, edit, priority, id, sponsorship_total, bugnotes_count, attachment_count, category_id, severity, status, last_updated, summary.</para>
</listitem>
</varlistentry>
<varlistentry>
<term>$g_print_issues_page_columns</term>
<listitem>
<para>This configuration option is used to select the columns to be included in the Print Issues page and in which order. See $g_view_issues_page_columns for more details about the supported fields.</para>
- <para>By default the following columns are selected: selection, priority, id, sponsorship_total, bugnotes_count, attachment, category_id, severity, status, last_updated, summary</para>
+ <para>By default the following columns are selected: selection, priority, id, sponsorship_total, bugnotes_count, attachment_count, category_id, severity, status, last_updated, summary</para>
</listitem>
</varlistentry>
<varlistentry>
@@ -788,16 +788,6 @@
</listitem>
</varlistentry>
<varlistentry>
- <term>$g_show_attachments_indicator</term>
- <listitem>
- <para>In view all bug page, show a clip icon next to bugs that has
- one or more attachments. The default value is OFF.
- The reason why this is defaulted to OFF is that it adds an extra
- query for every bug dispayed in the list.
- </para>
- </listitem>
- </varlistentry>
- <varlistentry>
<term>$g_show_product_version</term>
<listitem>
<para>This controls display of the product version in the

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