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I love the Embed feature for Figma, however the results are almost unusable because Confluence inserts a massive iFrame.
I want to show frames in their true size.
However, the iFrame used is massive and takes up half the viewport on the page in Confluence.
If I have small image of 3 Avatars in Figma and my frame in Figma is just the size of the Avatars, the iFrame zooms in on these items unrealistically.
If I widen the frame in Figma to be the size of the iFrame in Confluence, the size of the images is correct, however, there's tons of white space above and below.
This behavior defeats the purpose of embedding frames from Figma if the only way for me to get true-size is by adding a static image.
How can I get Confluence to display the actual size of my frame from Figma?
Hey @Grant Szalay ,
if you hover over your Figma embed you should get those handles on the side (see screenshot) you can use them to drag and resize the embedded iframe. Confluence uses a grind in the background where the iframe will snap into certain sizes.
I hope this helps and solves your problem. If not I'm afraid that it's not possible (at least I'm not aware of it).
It "helps," but not every image or frame in Figma is perfectly square. So ultimately, it looks much better to simply add an image manually, however, that's almost immediately out of date.
The ideal solution would be the ability for Confluence to show an embed that's the size of the frame in Figma.
Can I add this as a feature request somewhere?