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Confluence Cloud Style Macro Appears To Be Broken Edited

I setup a style macro on a table of contents macro which works perflectly both in Preview mode and PDF export. Unfortunately when I Publish it the styles seem to have no effect. Below is a screenshot of my simple styling.

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I believe this is a bug, possibly caused by Confluence's new design but not sure how to get this reported and taken care of if so. Please help!

P.S. Had to re-post and re-edit this several times because every publish lost my work :/

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Hi Nicholas,

Can you show us what the formatting looks like when it's not working? Please also let me know an example page in your Cloud instance that I can have a look at to see what might be going wrong.

Kind Regards,
Shannon

Thanks for the response Shannon,

 

You can see the sample page, and here is a screenshot:

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AnnWorley Atlassian Team Sep 15, 2017

Hi Nicolas - Shannon is off shift now but I have been investigating this issue in her absence.

On my Confluence Cloud test instance, I restored the storage format from the sample page you linked. I found the same behavior you are reporting. If I preview the page the style is applied to the TOC macro but when I publish, the headings are all the same weight, just as in your screen shots.

I noticed that the TOC was in a div macro so I tried it outside that macro and got the same result. 

Although the div and style macros are there by default in Confluence Cloud, they are actually provided by a third party plugin, as mentioned in Macros:

Adaptavist Content Formatting macros

...This free add-on is enabled by default in your site, and includes the wiki markup based {style}, {div}, {table} and other macros that you might see in the macro browser.

I am going to move your question to Adaptavist's collection on the Community forum, to get the attention of the Adaptavist team.

I will be watching this thread as I am curious why the formatting is lost when the page is published.

Preview:

 

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AnnWorley Atlassian Team Sep 15, 2017

Published:

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Screen Shot 2017-09-15 at 5.29.57 PM.png

AnnWorley Atlassian Team Sep 15, 2017

Oh boy - I am having an issue with the editor. It has been reported internally.

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