Access Javascript files from the HTML Macro

Is it possible to reference in a <script> tag an attached JS file from the HTML macro? And if it is what is the path to the JS file?

What I want is to be able to reference JS files from a page without having any admin rights.

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Hmm I do not think you can because when you attach a file it becomes 'text/plain' so you can't execute it.  If you can either change the MIME type checking or convert the text file into an executable when you fetch it, I am not sure if it is possible.  

I had this issue with a JS file (I wanted table filters but refused to by the addon just for a small feature) so I ended up directly linking to the person's github file.  You could try that, use github to store your js and pull it using the rawgit link.

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This works for me in the HTML macro "<script type="text/javascript" src="http://URL/directory/example.js"></script>"

 

The js file needs to be in the Confluence directory, eg a js folder. A URL worked for me while a filepath didn't. 

 

See https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/33136690/executing-javascript-on-a-single-page

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