Using the draw.io plugin, I can create, edit and save a diagram successfully, however, when I publish my confluence page, I see "Error: Invalid descriptor" in place of my image.
The draw.io .png and .xml files have been successfully added to my page, but confluence seems to be failing to locate them.
When I go back in and edit my page the draw.io macro is still there, but when I edit it it behaves like a 'blank' draw.io drawing.
I'm not associated to draw.io or something but I ran into this problem also and maybe my workaround will get you back on track for the time being.
I also had problems when creating a new diagram, which after saving did not appear on the Confluence page, even though the attachments were there.
What I did was the following:
If you already had created a diagram which doesn't even show the macro in page edit mode:
Note that all revisions will now be saved under the new name you chose when you created the empty diagram.
Still seeing this problem today. Same thing shows across Safari, Firefox and Chrome. Not sure if it is related, but all the macro processing seems to be broken today in confluence. The text shortcuts for formatting (headers, bold etc) don't work for us here either.
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