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Blog Posts using Layout display badly in Blog Posts Macro

Hey there,

When writing blog posts in the new editor for Confluence Cloud, I've:

  • Set the page to fixed width
  • Used the two column layout with a right-hand sidebar

It looks great, and provides a nice reading experience with some additional sidebar content.

However I also use the Blog Posts macro in another community Space to provide an aggregation of these blog posts, and the macro doesn't respond well to the new page widths/layouts.

If I set the page with the macro to be fixed width, it squashes both columns into that fixed width space. If I set the page with the macro to be full width, it spreads everything out and there's way too much whitespace going on.

The Blog Posts macro also doesn't respect the new panel macro colours, so the design of the page suffers too.

Is there a way to force the Blog Posts macro to respect the formatting of the origin blog post, or do we need to wait for you to fix the macro?

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