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RA-1590: Renamed Cancel button on Manage Conditions UI to Return #203

merged 1 commit into from Jun 30, 2019


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commented Jun 26, 2019

RA-1590: Renamed Cancel button on Manage Conditions UI to Return

Description of what I changed

Renamed 'Cancel' to 'Return' in manage conditions UI

Issue I worked on


Checklist: I completed these to help reviewers :)

  • My pull request only contains ONE single commit
    (the number above, next to the 'Commits' tab is 1).

    No? -> read here on how to squash multiple commits into one

  • My IDE is configured to follow the code style of this project.

    No? Unsure? -> configure your IDE, format the code and add the changes with git add . && git commit --amend

  • I have added tests to cover my changes. (If you refactored
    existing code that was well tested you do not have to add tests)

    No? -> write tests and add them to this commit git add . && git commit --amend

  • I ran mvn clean package right before creating this pull request and
    added all formatting changes to my commit.

    No? -> execute above command

  • All new and existing tests passed.

    No? -> figure out why and add the fix to your commit. It is your responsibility to make sure your code works.

  • My pull request is based on the latest changes of the master branch.

    No? Unsure? -> execute command git pull --rebase upstream master

@dkayiwa dkayiwa merged commit 5eabb25 into openmrs:master Jun 30, 2019
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