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How do I set a percent width on an image in Confluence 4?

We used to set some images to 90% of the screen, so they would scale to our page. When we upgraded to version 4, they all expanded to full size. Is there a way to reset this?

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Do you happened to have some customization configured on that before in the previous Confluence version that perhaps you can apply onto Confluence 4.x?

Our site has the same problem... and we'd also like an answer/solution to this.

And NO, we needed no 'customization' to do this in earlier confluence verions... width=90% was a supported image property in wiki markup.

Prior image sizes of width=90% that we had set in many confluence pages settings were lost on our jiraStudio 'upgrade' to confluence 4.x and I can find no way to re-edit the under lying image tags to readd such a value... The rich-text editor image toolbar only gives me fixed choices small/med/lrg/original or hardcoded pixel size). If I enter 90% it gets turned into 90px -- which is NOT what I (we) want.

Please allow entry of % values in the image properties size field.

4.2 documenation still shows the width= property... (where we used to be able to put width=90%) but the % values seem to get ignored (or were lost during upgrade).

Try the HTML Image macro, the standard imsert Image option removes any % sign, but the HTML Image macro accepts the % and will resize with your window.

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