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According to this Atlassian Answers question, there is no built-in way to do so. So I built a JavaScript function which you can easily turn into a bookmarklet using a service like Bookmarklet Crunchinator. It iterates through comments in a page, and allows you to stop iterating when you've reached a comment you wish to read or further discuss. ics = ...


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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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The way I do this is pretty simple, I added a bookmark/shortcut that executes the click on the monospace button like so: javascript:$('#rte-monospace').click(); If you use Google Chrome, simply right click bookmark bar, choose "Add Page" and add the javascript snippet in the "URL" field, with any "Name". E.g: You can also add a keyboard shortcut to the ...


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This is now a feature of Confluence, starting in 5.7. You can select text, add an inline comment, and also add inline comments on images or file attachments.


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You could use a page label for this, but it applies to the page as a whole.


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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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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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I've found it. Questions are nothing but another type of content in conflunce. So, if you go to the content search and filter by the custom type "Question", you can see how many questions there are: To see just the question count, you can leave the search box empty, and pay attention to the results legend: In this example, there are 55 questions in the ...


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You can't do this out of the box. You could write a full-fledged Java plugin to do it, or you could likely use the Script Runner for JIRA plugin to do most of the work. You could also use an external script or application that talks to the APIs for Confluence and JIRA.


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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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From draw.io support in Google groups: Note: If I try to embed that into a colored container, it will push the colored background, in order to embed itself. PS: I ended up using a pool, instead of a container with a nested list inside, in order to do my work..


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excerpt and excerpt-include macros (manual) should help -- mark the master copy with excerpt (all of it or just a section) and include it elsewhere as many times as you need.


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I'm afraid that removing a cell is not a normal feature but an anomaly in the editor. The only option would be indeed to delete the entire column with missing cells.


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Ad-blocker to blame Failed experimentation with clearing cookies made me forget another fundamental difference of Chrome's Incognito mode (vs normal window) By default, all extensions are disabled on incognito (unless explicitly enabled by user) Just whitelisting my_org.confluence.net on AdBlock resolved the issue The support pages do mention some ...


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you can do that with layer. You may know the layer functionality in MS Visio, also draw.io provide that feature to implement a ton of information in one diagram and differ them between multiple view levels. The user has the possibility to check and uncheck layers for different information views. You´ll find that in the global menu under "view" and then the ...


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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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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 http://www....


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