Scroll Versions: Version picker

Hi,

I configured Scroll Versions 3.0.8 with a private master space. I am publishing each version in a new space.

I would like to

  1. Show a message and a link to the current version, if a user opens a page of an old version.
  2. Display a version picker for all users to switch the page version (like in https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/page-properties-macro-184550024.html)

 

How can this be done?

 

Regards

Theresa

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Hi Theresa,

This template recipe should help: https://help.k15t.com/scroll-viewport/developer-s-guide/template-recipes/switch-between-published-spaces-by-scroll-versions

This recipe represents the same approach Atlassian uses in their documentation. Are you using WebHelp theme (the one that comes with the recent releases of Viewport) as a base for your custom template?

Cheers,

Roman.

P.S. We have a Google Group for such questions: Viewport Google Group. If you ask your template-related questions there, we have a better chance to notice them rather than in Atlassian Answers.

Hi Roman,

thanks. Unfortunately I don't have the Viewport plugin. Would something like this be possible without it?

 

Regards

Theresa

Hi Theresa,

It is not easily possible without Scroll Viewport. Since you are publishing one version at a time to a different space, the content of only one version is published. You would have to hard-code links to each of those spaces in the theme of each space. It would be very hacky and hard-to-maintain solution.

Cheers,

Roman.

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