We have historically used the table-plus plugin on old versions of Confluence to get sorted columns etc, however with the recent upgrade to Confluence 5, the native tables have this function. For these cases I would like to remove the table-plus macro, but keep the table. How can I do this?
Create a user macro of the same name that essentially does nothing and passes through the body data. This would enable you to switch back if you needed later ;). Make sure you are not also using the csv macro. Then disable or uninstall the plugin.
here are the option I now:
<ac:macro ac:name="table-plus"> <ac:parameter ac:name="sortColum">1</ac:parameter> <ac:rich-text-body>and corresponding
. Then click "Apply" and look at the result.
Hope this help, best regards
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