When I hit "Publish", the cursor style over the image link appears as the move style (with 4 arrows) rather than the pointer style. I do not seem to be able to change this in any available field or setting. I have heard that this can be "tweaked" in the global CSS but I do not know where to access it.
I am running Confluence 1000.0.0. Any suggestions?
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The issue you are experiencing is actually a bug:
At this moment, there is no workaround for the bug. You can help out by clicking on This affects my team so we can keep track of the number of affected users. If you watch the bug, then you will receive any updates on this, as well as if there is a workaround discovered.
I hope that helps! But do let me know if you have any further questions.
Thank you for sharing the workaround from the bug ticket on this thread. It will definitely help get it some visibility.
I will update the bug with this workaround so others can see it too, in case they missed it in the comments.
I tested this on my Cloud instance, and your particular version of the workaround does help solve the problem for pages which were created with the old editor. It seems I am not able to replicate the original problem with pages created using the New Editor.
Lastly, in case it helps anyone, Space Tools in Confluence Cloud is now known as Space Settings, so the path would be: Space Settings > Look and Feel > Header and footer.
Thank you again, and take care!
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Let me know if you have any trouble.
It does appear that this workaround is no longer functioning at this time. I'm working to see if there's another way around that.
Could you let me know if you're on Server or Cloud? It affects both, and there's a 2nd workaround for Server:
Disable TinyMCE 4 editor and rollback to v3:
Add frontend.editor.v4.disable to the list at the bottom
This change isn't possible in Cloud, but I wanted to check with you first on that while we see if there's another solution for Cloud.
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