Confluence's editor likes to take anything between - marks and turn it into strike-through text. That's probably great for some people, but we use our Confluence to document - among other things - unix commands used for various tasks. Lots of those commands have -'s in their names, and almost all of them use
's to delimit arguments; if you're not paying attention when you type, you end up with struckthrough garbledygook.
Actually, I'm just going to leave that there like that, as a case-in-point.
Is there a way to turn this behaviour off?
Yeah, I use the code blocks too, but for smaller fragments it would be nicer to have them inline. And mostly it would be nice to be able to type without worrying about the text getting changed underneath me.
As I said, I can see the value of the feature in some environments; I'm not asking for the default behaviour to change, I'm just wondering if there is some way to turn it off for our site.
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