I've installed the free version of the Diagramly plugin and it seems to be rather different from the version in the tutorial video here: https://drawio.atlassian.net/wiki/display/DPFC/draw.io%20Plugin%20for%20Confluence%20Home
For instance, I can't seem to drag and drop images into the diagram, it simply asks me if I want to leave the page (tested on Chrome and Firefox). Additionally, I don't have the option to manually insert an image under the "Arrange" option.
Is this a feature only available in the paid version? If so, how different is the free version from the paid one in terms of features?
Thanks in advance.
There's no pay for features in the free versions, there's no licensing functionality at all. The issue here is simply that the drag and drop of images into the graph is a feature we introduced after switching to pay-for only.
The best thing to look at what improvements/bug fixes there are since a particular version is the changelog of each version.
Which plugin version and which Confluence version are you using?
Currently, if you don't have a commercial license, all that is different is the presence of the footer in the diagram editor. There are no paid-only features right now.
Image D&D worked for me in the 3.2.3 and 'Insert Image' option is there.
I'm using Confluence 5.2.3 and the 2.7.2 version of the plugin, maybe this feature is not present in this version? Anyway, is it possible to upgrade to a free 3.2.3 version? I'd really like to use this plugin and the process to get approval to buy a plugin license here can take ages unfortunately..
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