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How do I deactivate the Out-of-sync lozenge in the published space while using Comala Publishing?

In our company we're using Comala Publishing to work using an authorspace. We are a finance institute so the seperation by an authorspace and a (officially) published space is a regulatory requirement. Unfortunately the, so-called, status lozenge (from Comala Publishing) changes once in a while, due to technical updates (new versions) of a page to "out of sync".


This always causes a slight uproar among the workforce so we as confluence administrators decided to remove the label. So far so good..


Luckily Comala Publishing has the possibility to remove the "status lozenge on the pages in the source and target space". Tha bad news is that, if I choose this configuration, the label only disapears on the source space and not on the target.
So my question is, if anyone maybe knows, why this configuration does not take effect although in the description explicitly stands that is should take effect in both spaces?

(I allready tried to publish all the pages or whole space again)

Thanks in advance

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Hi Tim,

That's not the expected behaviour, could you contact our Customer Support team at https://support.comalatech.com so they can investigate. It would be helpful if you could confirm your Confluence version, your version of Comala Publishing and any other Comalatech apps you have.

Thanks in advance

James

Senior Product Manager

Hi James,

Thank you for your Note.
I opened a ticket at comalatech-support and received a very courteous answer.

They confirmed, that it's not possible to hide the lozenge in the target space an opened an internal improvement ticket, so we might see a patch/new configuration in the future.

Additionally they the showed me this workaround via CSS. Simply copy the code in the space-stylesheed:

.aui-lozenge {
display: none;
}
 

Works for me ;)

Thanks again

Tim Forstner

Hi @Tim Forstner 

Thank you for your kind words regarding our support team.

Following your post I have worked with our technical writer to update our documentation to clarify how the status lozenge works in the target space: 

In the target space the display of the publishing status lozenge is based on the current user Confluence permissions for the content in the source space.

  • if the current user has view permission for the source content, they will see the lozenge and a link to the draft page on the target space content

  • if the current user does not have view permission for the source content, the publishing lozenge is not displayed and there is no link to the draft content on the target space content 

We will including a correction to the text in the app in the next release of Comala Publishing.

All the best

James
Senior Product Manager

Hi @Tim Forstner ,

I got rid of them using CSS in the published space (available only if you are on Server though).

Regards

Matteo

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