The documentation is minimal, I have tried to use the sample scripts in the Groovy macro and in User Macros and I cannot get anything to work. Some of these scripts are 4 years old, maybe they haven't ben updated to be compatiple with Confluence 5.1???
I really want these to work but I just don't know how they are meant to run, and there is nothing in the documentation to help.
You could try my script plugin: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.onresolve.confluence.scripting.script-runner - although it targets a different use case really.
Not that there's many examples, except the built-in scripts which may be a bit complex to start learning. But there is plenty of java confluence code out there, it's just a case of putting a groovy spin on it.
Or let us know what you want to do and someone will give you a pointer.
I have your plugin for JIRA, but does this work with Confluence too? I read somewhere that you do not support Confluence.
But what I really want to do is have a workaround for Atlassians lack of support for this bug/feature, https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-20118
What I what is a macro that when put on a page, when someone views the page they are automatically added as watches of the page, I was hoping to do this with Bob Swift's scripts as he has an example which is so close to this and I was going to tweak it. But I can't get it working, here is the sample https://bobswift.atlassian.net/wiki/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=8749070
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