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Extract the content of %confluence_home%/bundled-plugins/doctheme-2.x.x.jar Comment out the following line at the end of file doctheme\decorators\main.vmd: ##parse ("/decorators/includes/footer.vm") zip the files again and upload he plugin Tested with Confluence 4.1.19 and doctheme-2.0.9.jar


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If you mean in the diagram viewer in the Confluence page (i.e. the page isn't in edit mode), no. We'll add it as a feature request.


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I have a user macro called TODO which I add to pages where I need to add/update content later. It's simple to search for instances of this user macro on pages by searching for macroName:todo in Confluence search. Here's the TODO user macro: ## Usage: {todo} ## ## Macro name: todo ## Macro title: TODO ## Macro has a body: N ## Body processing: No macro ...


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Try this: Go to Insert Insert Wiki Markup Insert the following: {code} Your code here... {code} SourceL https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/12213/how-to-paste-code-properly-in-confluence-4


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One answer is to put the whole line in a {wiki} macro, like so: {wiki} I only want {highlight:gray} this {highlight} word to be gray. {wiki} Seems crazy but I could not get the inline button to work for me at all.


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Select the cell, then from the menu use Edit->Edit Link, insert the URL, click OK. A new right click menu option will appear "Open link" that then takes you to that URL.


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I don’t have a reference page for reserved names, but one thing to know is that you can’t create 2 pages with the same name in a Confluence space, which may translate (for WebDAV) as: below ~chris you cannot, even very deep, create 2 folders with the same name.


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On the Dashboard (confluence-server-url/dashboard.action) you will find an overview of the recently changed pages and blogposts You can display this list on any wiki page (if you have the appropriate permissions) by using the Macro Browser. Search and add the Recently Updated Macro. You can customize what should be displayed. The Recently Updated ...


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You can try Talk plugin which allows you not only to insert annotations in any point of the page but to establish inline discussions with e-mail notifications. Note: I am affiliated with the Talk plugin.


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It is against the Atlassian end user agreement to completely remove the footer (section 6.4 as of the time of writing "Attribution"): In any use of the Software, you must include the following attribution to Atlassian on all user interfaces in the following format: “Powered by Atlassian,” which must in every case include a hyperlink to ...



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