Display size of images from a JIRA issue

Sharon Park November 16, 2022

Is there a way to alter the display size of images that are contained within a JIRA field? 

I have a query on my Confluence page that displays a list of JIRA items.  Some of the JIRA items have a mix of text and images in one of the fields.  If I view the JIRA item the image size is reduced to a thumbnail size.  If I view the same item on the Confluence page it is enlarged making the page hard to read.

I'd like the image size to display the same between JIRA and Confluence.  I have even go so far as to try to use the expand insert function to try to hide the image on Confluence but it auto expands. 

 

 

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Brant Schroeder
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November 16, 2022

@Sharon Park I do not know of anyway.  I would like to try and recreate the issue and test it.  What field are you using to store the issue in?

Sharon Park November 17, 2022

@Brant Schroeder  Sure!  We are using a text field in JIRA for Release Notes.  The field contains a mix of text and images.  I reduce the size of the images in JIRA to tiny thumbnail images that you cannot even see in JIRA unless you click on them.  Then over in Confluence, I have a query that contains this field (with others) to display on the page.  In Confluence the image size is larger as you can see in the attached image.  I would like to find a way to get them to display smaller in Confluence. 

Jira Confluence Image Size.png

Brant Schroeder
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November 17, 2022

@Sharon Park Is it a custom field?

Sharon Park November 18, 2022

Yes it is a custom field in a Team Managed JIRA instance.

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November 18, 2022

Thanks, I will give it a test and see what happens.

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November 28, 2022

@Sharon Park I was able to replicate the issue and it looks like a bug in how the widget functions.  I would suggest submitting a support issue to Atlassian since this seems to be how it functions as a delivered product.  

Sharon Park December 1, 2022

@Brant Schroeder thank you so much!  I have never submitted an issue to Atlassian - so I will see what I can do to get it submitted by the end of the week.  Fingers crossed I can get it done properly.

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James Traxler April 11, 2024

I have the same problem. It is not a custom field that I'm trying to pull in using the Jira Legacy Macro in Confluence, it is just the Description field. If the Description contains images, they appear massive when they get pulled into Confluence.

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