Pressing CTRL+C on page view creates a new child page in Confluence 6.0.1

Since we updated our server instance to Confluence 6.0.1, we noticed that we no longer can copy (Ctrl+c) from the page without this triggering a create new page action. Even if we go into Keyboard shortcuts and unchek "Enable General Shortcuts" there, although for Create it only shows "c", not Ctrl+C, we still get new page creation action.

What could be the problem and how to get us back the ability to copy and paste from View view of the confluence pages? Thank you in advance.

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Hi Max

 

According to similar cases happens previously, this issue was caused by RefinedTheme plugin. Just to make sure, can you please disable it temporary and see if that still triggers the page creation ?

Kind Regards,
Jonathan

Hi Max,

Check it! https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/how-do-i-disable-keyboard-shortcuts-system-wide-in-confluence-321850378.html.  Basically:

  1. Navigate to Confluence Admin >> Manage Add-Ons
  2. Look for the Confluence Keyboard Shortcuts Plugin, after expanding 'Show System Plugins'
  3. To disable only certain keyboard shortcuts, expand the plugin modules and look for the specific action that you wish to disable, and disable that manually

 

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