I made a cockpit in Confluence and use multiple page layout/sections to align the information. Now I want to print the cockpit to PDF. To control the page breaks in the PDF I use the page-break macro. I use the browsers print option - and not the 'export to PDF' since this does not work when using JIRA-gadgets. Also other suggestions mentioned in the Atlassian answers section do not work (HTML embed).
The usecase to reproduce the problem is depicted below:
Besides a disturbed layout after saving, the printout is just a single page.
Does anybody know a solution / workaround for this?
When inspecting the HTML sourcecode I replace the <div id="pagebreak" style="page-break-before:always;"></div> statement between the columnlayout class and then it works. So it seems that page-breaks embedded in the <div class="columnLayout"> < /div> section do NOT work.
So that brings me to the question: how do I embed a page-break between these sections while using the editor?
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