Confluence macro deprecated?

We are currently running 3.5.9 on production (I know I know), I cannot seem to find any reference to this macro in any of the newer versions I have updated to. Any ideas?


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Well, your first goal would be to find out which macro is that, to find that an idea would be to check how you call the plugin and search it in google. If the markup you use to call is is "{details:label", try something in google like, {details:label confluence 3.5.9.

Once you find the plugin go to below URL in your instance:

http://<strong< a="">>YourInstanceURL/plugins/servlet/upm#compatibility

In there you can select a latest version of Confluence to check for compatibility, doing that action you will be able to find out if that plugin it's compatible with a specific version of Confluence (the report will tell you if that plugin have latest version compatible with the Confluence version you selected).

Another way to find that out is to get the name of that plugin and check in the history tab in

Either way you choose we still need to find out the plugin name :).

Hope it helps.

Thanks and Regards,
David|Atlassian Support

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