Is there an option in C4 so that the breadcrumbs of the current page being edited is visible?
I ask as I am often referring to other pages when I edit a page, particularly when doing complicated reporting or even wanting to find the name of variables etc.
I know I can just start a new tab, open Confluence and navigate to the page, but it's not as convenient. I also think it is nice for people editing the page to know exactly where they are still.
I feel the new editor interface is a little too sterile and while that is good for screen maximisation, it goes a little to far and can feel isolating and quite foreign to the C3 editor.
Anyway, if anyone know if this is possible, I would certainly like to hear from you.
Oohhh a Bounty!! :)
The hiding of the breadcrumbs can be disabled but it reuires customization and would be site wide (AKA breadcrumbs are no longer hiden for anyone ever). The details can be found in Atlssians knowldege base at the following link. This way you will no longer need to click the '...' button in th header everytime you would like to see the page path.
I hope this helps :)
Try checking out this page on configuring the top menu
This page on general theme configuration (menu bar display option):
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