Trialling Confluence for the business currently, which would be used for technical documentation. Some pages will have attachments e.g. scripts, that I would like to view using the attachments macro. However, the macro also shows all of the pictures embedded in the page too.
Is there a way to exclude pictures from the attachments macro? I have tried to use the regex filter ^.*png, but this still displays PNG images. Is there a regex expression that will achieve what I want?
Thank you for your help
Hi, sorry for necroing this thread, but you may try
If you want to hide all files that end with png (say maybe someone accidentally removes the dot before the file extension when renaming), then
would be the expression.
Also the file extension might be in caps (PNG) but regex is usually case sensitive (on Confluence it is) so the final solution is
where (?i) in front of expressions will make sure it searches for upper and lowercase variants too.
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