(I also do this as a way of displaying confluence content instead of using the content macros, because too many content macros on one pages slows the page load enough for users to start complaining; asynchronous loads provide a better user experience.)
*I presume this always happens when switching any page into edit mode, but we don't normally notice it?
PS - we have collaborative editing enabled
Thanks for this link (I'm using Confluence server btw).
I wasn't sure how I would have implemented this for my scenario:
Update: as far as I can see this is no longer an issue.
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