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Hello, I've found that I can no longer copy and paste links when I am editing a page. Instead, the link is removed from the pasted text, as seen below:
This, of course, makes it very tedious to reorder these lists as I need to reapply the link url each time I copy and paste. Does anyone know a workaround that I can use to get around this?
I am also experiencing this. Thank you @Dennis Carr for sharing the animated gif above. It helped me figure out that it is related to the fact that the link is also styled as bold. I tried removing the bold styling from the link and then the copy and paste of the link worked!
@Jack Brickey @Phil Bower Yes that is the case for me as well! Nice job finding that, Phil.
Unfortunately, I've found that Atlassian only allows system admins to open support tickets, so I had to open a ticket with my company's IT department so that they could open a ticket with Atlassian for this issue. Needless to say, communication has been cumbersome so if one of you could report as well it might get fixed faster.
I hope you are doing well. Thank you for raising this with Atlassian Community. The behavior you encountered is a known bug, and you can follow the resolution in the ticket below:
It's currently on our short-term backlog, so I hope we can see a resolution in an upcoming release. See our Cloud Bug Fix Policy for details on how we address bugs.
To answer your concern about raising support tickets, we require that either a product or site admin submit the ticket. For many issues, we will need approval or access to the site, and basic users don't have those capabilities. So, you will need to get in touch with either a Confluence or site admin if you need to contact support. The admin can include you as a participant, and we can help you from there. See our Atlassian Support Offerings for more details.
I hope that helps, but please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
Shannon | Atlassian Cloud Support
Hi @Atlassian user,
Thank you for pointing that out. It appears the bug was set to Atlassian Staff because the example was from our internal Confluence site.
The cloned ticket is here: CONFCLOUD-73377
I added an internal comment explaining the reason for the duplicate, so please add your votes to the above case.
Shannon | Atlassian Community Support