is there a command or a trick to do that?
I sometimes have to copy all the pages underneath a certain point and don't know any better way than expanding all the pages with subpages manually!
No, that is not what I mean.
I simply want to expand the whole sidebar navigation with all the children and grand children.
My goal is to copy the whole navigational structure in one go. So far, I have to click plus signs to expand sub menus. What I am looking for is a one-click-thing to do the same.
Check the following image as an example. Before I can copy these nine links I have to expand three sub menus first.
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edit: I change the wording from "open" to "expand", hoping that this makes the point more clear.
Yes, I only want to copy the structure but not the content of the pages. I create a master page that has all the pages included. Having a copy of the whole structure helps me do that faster.
But okay, I can also get that structure by including the children macro on the top page.
My approach would be to create this structure (without content) in a suitable space (possibly even my own personal space). I would configure it with any content that is standard across all usages. This may include such things as the children macro on the top page. Then I would use the treecopy plugin to generate a copy of this each time you need to use it.
This only works effectively if you are always using a similar structure, if you have lots of different structures to copy it becomes more of a challenge.
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