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Search bar is missing

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After loading Confluence page I can see search bar for 0,1 sec, then it misses. I am not able to choose search bar, clicking the magnifier icon doesn't do anything, shortcuts ("g g", and "/") don't have any impact. (Btw. I also think the icons next to the magnifier are also bugged?)

My Chrome version is 99.0.4844.74. Problem appears also on Edge and Firefox.

#just updated Chrome to  99.0.4844.82 - didn't help.

Changing the resolution of screen and zooming the browser (ctrl +/ ctrl -) don't help.


It happens only in Confluence - for Jira everything works.

 

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We are having a similar issue here. Using our local server Confluence, the search bar is available. But when logging into a partner's Confluence, the search bar is not available. The partner's Jira page however works fine.

Could it be that their version of Confluence is using a function not available for our browser?

Unfortunately I haven't solved the issue since March :( You have to get used to hahah

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Mar 22, 2022

I suspect this is a specific issue with the chrome browser. Interestingly enough I just answered another question unrelated to this but associated with Chrome. My best advice is to use a different browser for now and report the issue to Atlassian support if it is repeatable.

Jack Brickey Community Leader Mar 22, 2022

Oh... just saw it also appears in other browsers...

I assume that this behavior is the same for other users? Has this issue just started to appear? If so what has changed? You may want to speak to the administrator of your server instance.

Yes, it happens on all browsers. Other users don't have such problem - it works for them. I work here for a week, so it's happening since my Confluence account was created

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