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I wrote something like:
curl -XPUT 'http://localhost:9200/idx/_settings'
and Confluence automatically changed it to:
curl -XPUT ‘http://localhost:9200/idx/_settings’
which completely breaks the curl command.
I would like to disable those smart quote substitutions. We're not using Confluence for typographic sugar, but for documenting programming code which in many cases make big difference with the little characters.
And no, having to *first* mark the code as Code (ctrl+shift+m) and only then starting to write/pasting code is an unwanted hindrance in the workflow.
It's astounding to see that this thread has been around for years and there's not a single comment from the developers on it. But I'm new around here and perhaps that's just the norm for this forum.
Anyway, another +1 for removing these intrusive modifications of my typing.
It's also an insidious problem for JSON. The odd quotes cause the JSON format checkers to fail your JSON, but not flag the quotes as the issue which can lead to a long and frustrating debug session. This makes it hard (forced to use inconvenient workarounds) to do our documentation in Confluence and allow users to cut and paste sample JSON.
Google docs has a setting. It is possible, please fix it.
It should be an option either way.