When I am in confluence and create an issue on some text, Jira macro is created in the page. If I enter edit mode I see the macro. If I publish and re-enter edit mode the Jira macro is converted to a link and is no longer a macro and cannot be edited as such. When I re-publish the presentation changes as the macro renders different than a link.
Also, if I add a macro in edit mode, Jira macro is created. If I then re-enter edit mode after publishing, the macro no longer exists and has converted to a link in similar fashion.
This does not make sense. If something is added as a macro, it should stay a macro.
What can be done to fix this?
As far as I know, this is now how it works in Confluence:
You can recreate the Jira issue macro if needed, by typing /jira and selecting it again!
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