I'm using Confluence Version 3.5.1. When I go to any page and select Edit, the vertical bar that allows you to scroll up and down the code within the wiki page is in the middle of my screen (leaving me with a huge block of white space between the code\vertical bar and the Help Tips column) rather than at the far right edge next to the Help Tips column. This causes functionality like that performed by the Table Sharper Image to render very screwed up, even macros with a lot of parameters are rendered in the wiki markup quite horribly. Where do I find this setting to be able to use the entire white space as code space? Thanks
Thank you Damian! That fixed worked for me and many whom I've sinced passed the fix onto in my organization are thankful as well. We are running IE8 as standard, and previously my 'fix' was running Firefox which like the mention above of Chrome, also doesn't exhibit this issue.
Yes, I see that IE 8 doesn't support that. I would guess that 9 would support it. I use Chrome and it does. However, which version of Confluence are you using? For me, both with IE8 and Chrome, the edit window resizes horizontally to fill my browser width, all the way across my 30" screen. I wonder if you have an add-in that is messing with IE. You might try to start IE with iexplore -extoff.
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