We are creating the JIRA Issues / Stories with JIRA Issue Macro directly from the confluence requirement page and exporting also the project requirements as PDF in order to email them our customers.
But we don´t want to export the JIRA Issue Macro Links in PDF´s. Editing this everytime in Word will consume much time. So is there any option to hide the JIRA Issue Macro links for PDF export?
Thank you in advance.
Hi @Ricarda Spantig, @Guilherme Viana [Atlassian]
Looks like you've managed to export a macro to PDF. Did you add a css in the PDF stylesheet header? If so, could you share the code on putting the macro so that when I export the page to PDF, it would still show the Macro Label from the page.
Thanks a lot for your help!
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