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I have a Confluence page with a JIRA Issue/Filter macro. When the filter returns nothing it shows a table header followed by "No issues found". Is there a way to hide the table under this circumstance, meaning: I only want to see the table and results if there are issues found. I am trying to use the 'Hide content' macro but am unable to get the regex:value logic to work. I was trying to either hide the content based on finding "No issues found" or show the content if it returned JIRAs in project ABC* Thanks. (Confluence 5.9.7)
For the "Hide content" macro's "Hide content based on matching condition" field, what is the "regex:value" pair pattern that will match on the following sample to find "No issues found"?
<a rel="nofollow" href="https://jira.blabla.com/issues/?jql=project%20=%20proj%20and%20issue%20in%20%28proj-385,proj-358%29%20and%20labels%20=%20test&src=confmacro" target="_top">
<span>No issues found</span>
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