Changing a theme for one code block changes themes for the rest of the code block too?

Hey,

I'm working on a page where I want to use different themes for different code blocks. However, say, if I set Django for one and Confluence for another, it changes both to Confluence.

Can you tell me why is one theme overriding the other?

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What happens if you explicitly set other parameters in the separate macros (e.g. set one to cpp and the other to java).  Do the blocks have different titles (if any)?  What is the pattern for this incorrect pickup (does it always use the parameter for the first macro, last macro, or last edited macro for example?)

I've the same problem. Setting on every block explicitly different themes results in that the last used theme is applied to all blocks on that page. I've also set different titles and languages.

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