How to link a local file has been largely discussed, but I can't understand why, even if I've downloaded the extensions for Firefox and Chrome, it doesn't work.
Can you explain me a simply way to use it?
Then, where do I put the [file//...]? In Link Advanced?
Thank you so much!
Depending on which browser you're using you have to use different file:// notation. See the examples on this page. Testing locally, this worked perfect for me:
I tested on Chrome, using Confluence 5.1 and the chrome extension. I followed the instructions to use file:////<location>
After saving the page, clicking the link, Chrome showed me the contents of the log file I linked to. See screenshot for details on my implementation.
Hope this helps!
thank you for your support.
I'm using both Chrome and Firefox. After downloading the extensions, I've noted "file:///<location>" (3 slashes) works for both of them. :))
Thank you again!!
Ps: Can you help me also for this issue: "User Macro: Dynamic Content"?
You can find it always in Atlassian Answers.
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