Child Pages don't display using read-only login

I'm using Confluence on demand. One of my frustrations is the long-standing issue that child pages are always displayed at the foot of every page. I'm aware that you can amend this behaviour using the download version, but not On-Demand.

Only thing is - I'm now beta testing my site, so I've set up some logins for read-only acess. When I log in as myself, I see the child pages at the foot of the page as expected. But when I log in using one of the limited accounts - the child pages appear simply as a heading, which then expands if you click on it.

Does anyone know if this is the expected behaviour?

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Alex,

It looks like this may be resolved, but if it happens again please try to grab a screen cap. I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around what is happening.

OK, will do. I'm kicking myself for not taking a screenshot at the time.

OK, not resolved. Just saw the same behaviour again while giving a demo. I can't share a screenshot here as the wiki content is purely in-house, but if you email me alex.morrice[at]ros.gov.uk, I'll email it to you as an attachment.

This is bizarre. I am now seeing the same behaviour using both logins. Pretty sure I haven't changed any settings meantime.

Can you confirmed your Confluence release version.

I'm uisng On Demand.

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