So far I've found that it floats at the top of the table by default as long as you have NONE of the following:
I don't know if there are other Confluence features that break the floating header, but these are the ones I have found so far. I wouldn't trust it if you have more than one header row, also.
I found that if I scroll slowly, just a click or two down, the headings will stay in place. They only scroll away if I run the scroll wheel up and down quickly, like you do. Clicking once near the bottom of the scroll bar does it too, IIRC.
I've moved on to another contract and I'm not using Confluence right now, but before I left, that seemed to do the trick.
Select the table row and then a dynamic menu should appear; this will expose the option to designate the table row row instance as a heading row, which should drive the stickiness. There can only be one heading row per table to preserve that functionality.
Hope this helps.
I realized that Firefox does not display the sticky header.
Chrome instead does display the sticky header.
@Andrey Khaneev _StiltSoft_Your addon is working indeed but Firefox has render problems. It shows horizontal scroll bars although they are not needed as the outer box (which is added by the filter) is to small for the content.
(Using Confluence 6.6.13 and FF 68.6.1esr)
- Create your own custom emoji 🔥 - "Shake for Feedback" on mobile 📱 - An endless supply of GIFs via GIPHY 🤩 Is there anything quite as nice as a pleasant surprise? Comment below with what...
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!Find an event
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!
Unfortunately there are no Community Events near you at the moment.Host an event
You're one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local event. Learn more about Community Events