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Remove Workflow Validation Dropdown when there are no validations for an Action
When you include Guidance text on a stage of a workflow it automatically includes a dropdown for validating the actions that can take place on the workflow.
In a lot of cases the actions do not have validations so these dropdown menu items serve no function.
We have experienced issues where the user clicks them and nothing happens which is very confusing for the user, these actions should bot appear unless there is a validation for the action that will return a result for the user, so it is clear what has taken place when the user clicks the item.
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