is it also possible to freeze first column of the table? The above worked for me to freeze top row heading but I also need the first 2 columns to be frozen, hope there is a way to do that
I don't see that option in my Table filter --> Table View
and also I can see only option for Show N rows which I entered 3, and saved . It doesn't work either. Pls help. I mainly looking to freeze first 2 columns .
I managed to freeze the first column of my table using Table Filter/Table View.
However, it is only freezed in read-only mode (once the page is saved).
Is it possible to freeze it in edit mode too?
Indeed, I would like see it freezed when scrolling on the right and adding values in my table.
Thx for your answer.
Sorry, I thought you were talking about freezing the first row, not column. Freezing columns works only in page view mode. But most likely this improvement will be implemented in future versions of Table Filter.
OK thanks for your answer.
I had another question posted here: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Questions-for-Confluence/Move-total-columns-in-Table-Filter/qaq-p/762506
Do you think you could also take a look at it? :)
I am using the Jira issue filter macro to show a table in Confluence. I am also using the table filter macro.
However, it looks like when you are showing a table using the Issue filter macro the functionality that allows you to freeze columns and rows in the Table filter macro does not work.
Does anyone now if it is possible to freeze columns and rows in a table whose source is the Jira issue filter macro?
I am using Table Filter version 1.1.63-AC and Confluence Cloud. I know it is compatible because you can use filtering, but it looks like Frozen rows/columns do not work. Is there a limitation with this?
Hi Andrey Khaneev,
In your answers above in Mar 2018 you wrote that freezing the first row in a table "works in edit mode too, but only in Confluence Server, not in Cloud".
I am using Confluence Server (6.6.4) and first row is not frozen when the page the table is in is being Edited. For the avoidance of doubt: The first row is frozen when that page is not edited.
What may be the reason for that / how can it be checked?
Thanks in advance, Iddo Jacobi.
Hi and thank you for the quick response.
The only table in that page where headers appear frozen at the top of the window even the page is scrolled seems to be the one titled "Hiding table columns", and that one doesn't appear to be frozen when I enter edit mode.
By the way: I am typically using Firefox 52.9.0 32-bit for Confluence pages, but I tried it also in Chrome, and the behavior is the same there with both my own pages and the page you sent,
Should I have a preference whether to track the support call here (Atlassian) or with StiltSoft support?
I'm sorry but even if I put the same settings as the TABLE VIEW one, of the category " Fitting table to the screen area ", it is not working in editor mode. I can see in the macro preview that the first row is frozen, but in edition mode it's not working.
Thanks for your help again,
We bought and installed the macro last week... I just checked, any update is possible. We are disappointed, we still try to found the problem, but please keep us in touch quicly if you found the solution.
The feature isn't available at this moment and there's a feature request where you can provide your ideas in the comment section and vote here: Freeze top line of tables.
The request isn't new but requires more inputs and votes in order to get the developer's attention and to put this on the roadmap.
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