JIRA macro and Change History macro on the same Confluence page?

I see a strange behavior of the JIRA macro when I add Change History macro to the same Confluence page. In this case, the JIRA macro has a horizontal scroll bar, if the description text shown by the JIRA macro reaches beyond the screen of the browser. Without the Change History macro, there is no horizontal scroll bar and text moves to the next line, as I would expect. I don't think this is the intended behavior… Any suggestions? Thanks!

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Ann Worley Atlassian Team May 11, 2017

You are right, it's a bug. Adding Change History Macro to a page with JIRA macro disables the wordwrap in the JIRA macro table.

There is a CSS workaround on the bug report, I hope it helps.

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