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Creating multiple buttons on a page to switch between preset text formats.

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May 01, 2023

Hello, I am looking for a macro or a way to create a button that when you click it goes to those preselected text format settings. This would also include color. 


Button 1

Button 2

Button 3

If I click on a button it switches to those text settings, so it is not required to do it manually. This would be at the top of a page where there are many different formats. 

Is there anyway to do this? 

The closest I have found is "Format Painter for Confluence" but it still requires you to manually highlight what you want to change. 

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May 02, 2023

Hi @Nicholas and welcome to the community,

I'm not aware of such a macro or an app. And I think that it's going to be difficult to be placed on Confluence toolbar. The available modules in Forge at least, to place your app is on specific locations, and the toolbar is not an option

You could easily use the keyboard shortcuts to immediately give your text one of the preset headings, but not its color:

conf keyb shortcuts.png


conf keyb shortcuts2.png

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May 02, 2023

Best solution I have found so far is to add a legend to all my templates and have people copy and paste what they need where. 

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