I have a long list (350-450 file names) which I need to paste into individual rows in a table. I've tried:
using insert Wiki markup.
But all that does is create an embedded table in the first selected cell.
I could not quite understand the error that you are getting, but trying to answer the question itself you could use something like you've proposed, and use the wikimarkup as well.
Can you try with this code if it works?
||Name||Email|| |User1email@example.com| |User2firstname.lastname@example.org| |User3email@example.com| |User4firstname.lastname@example.org| |User5email@example.com| |User6firstname.lastname@example.org|
And the following Table would be created:
Hope this is what you want, if not let me know so I can help you.
Here's what worked for me:
NOTE: Pasted content will only cover the actual cells selected in the confluence table. So, ff you select less cells than in your original table, then only that matching subset of data will be pasted
I was having the same problem and this solved it for me:
Take your list and paste/import into Excel. Copy rows from Excel. Paste into new Confluence table. It *should* paste each item into its own cell
Here is a workaround I use, but you need access to JIRA.
To create a table in Confluence from delimited data:
The table will appear in Confluence.
You can then cancel the Comment in JIRA so it isn't added.
I encountered this problem in Linux recently, I think I used Numbers on OSX.
Most of the work I'm doing is pasting tables that come from Pandas DataFrames. The solution I found was to copy the DataFrame to to LibreOffice via `df.to_clipboard()`. Then select the table in LibreOffice, copy it and finally paste in a Chrome based browser.
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