We upgraded our Confluence version yesterday and now we are seeing an "extra" page tree as part of this upgrade? What is this and how can we remove the duplicate?
I was not able to find a support request or bug report describing an extra page tree after upgrading to Confluence 6.2.1 so the behavior is not common or expected.
Please let me know:
Here it is -- I had posted it in another thread you had been responding to:
Ann -- I came across something else as a result of upgrading our Confluence.
I noticed some of the text (content on a published page) that was originally in black is now gray. This is especially prevalent in text boxes (macros) that I've placed on the page and have text entered into the box. Some of the text has become gray and other text has remained black. In the previous version, this was not the case -- all of the text is black -- as intended. Can you shed some light?
Here is an example -- in the previous Confluence version, the headers were originally in black. Now the first header is gray and the second one remains black (?) Totally random. Further, the hyperlinks -in the previous version - were bold and now only the bottom half is bold? This is consistently found across all of our pages again as a result of upgrading our Confluence version.
That's great news that you were able to hide the space shortcuts to resolve the issue.
I wonder if there is a custom stylesheet in place, as described in https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-questions/Is-there-a-way-to-prevent-Headings-5-and-6-color-from-being/qaq-p/593346
Sometimes customizations don't work as expected after an upgrade.
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