I have some content that looks like this:
$ cat -vet text.txt
($ means CR as opposed to ^M$ which means LF CR)
When I paste:
into the Confluence GUI editor, select the text and click the "Unordered List" button I get this:
What is this feature called?
How do I turn it off?
I don't enjoy doing manual ASCII art-style editing to make it look like:
If this is not a feautre, but an unintended behavior, can you please fix it?
In the meantime what do I have to do get format pasted content into a pretty unordered list quickly and easily?
We're using Confluence v5.6.1. How do I view the "Storage Format"?
This page says to click on "..."
I see no such thing. In v5.6.1, how do I determine the "Storage Format"?
Under the "Tools" menu there are various items, none called seem to contain the "Storage Format". I do notice that when I choose "View Source" that the source looks nearly identical to the page itself when rendered. So if the "Source" is text and not HTML, this may be part of the problem.
So I did an experiment...
I pasted the following into the page editor:
Then saved the page and viewed the source...
The rendered view and source view are identical. In other words, the HTML is not being rendered.
It's almost like Confluence isn't aware of HTML and is just operating in "WordPad" mode–for lack of a better term.
So here's my work around...
Create the document in MS Word and import into Confluence.
Word of course is a much more feature rich "editor".
I can paste a simple, plain text list, select it and format it as an unordered list without it messing up like Confluence's editor does. Then just save the docx and import. The imported version in Confluence looks exactly like the Word doc.
My conclusion is that Confluence's editor is broken. If you disagree with this statement, reproduce the behavior I've outlined in this thread and write a strong justification as to why adding two CRs in between unordered list items is a feature desired by your customers. Failing that, please correct the behavior to produce pretty output after formatting.
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