How to add an additional language in Code Macro

I am not able to add a language because I simply don't have the link 'Add additional language. I have system administrator rights so I should actually have the rights to do so.


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Sam Hall Community Champion Nov 28, 2016

Hi Alexa, 

This is not possible in Cloud (without using a custom add-on like that suggested by @Robert Massaioli in the other answer).

Comparing the cloud documentation at:

...with the server documentation at:

Only the server documentation has the "To add an additional language" section. 

I suspect this is because adding an additional language involves JavaScript, and Macros involving this have restricted functionality in Cloud instances:


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You could try and install the Better Code Block macro for Confluence Cloud that I wrote. It supports many more languages:

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