We have a sensitive page for which we want to be notified of any change. However, when users edit the page, they can untick the "Notify watchers" box to disable notifications.
We would like to be able to remove this checkbox for certain pages. Is there any facility for doing so?
We are using Confluence 5.2
You should also maybe check out the Speakeasy plugin for Confluence. It gives you the ability to more easily segment your custom JS into extensions. You can even as an administrator globally assign an extension so that it is turned on for all users and they cannot turn it off. I'm considering porting all of our custom JS to Speakeasy extensions. Speakeasy can only do html/js/css, but coupled with the AJAX API's you can do a lot with it.
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