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Including the Root page in a Page Tree macro

As the title says, is there any way to include the Root page in a Page Tree macro? It seems odd that you can't return to the Root page as it holds valuable information. Looked around and it seems like the answer is no, but I was hoping there might be a work around. Would prefer not to use a plug-in.

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I agree that the page root is useful data which should be able to be included.

I have not found a way to include it with the page tree macro or the child pages macro. The only way I have found to do this is to manually create a link to the root page above the page tree or child pages macro. 

If anyone else finds a way to include a tree starting with the root using a macro, I would be interested.

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