Syntax of profile picture macro

Hi guys!

Since Confluence 4 it is not possible anymore to see the syntax of a macro. As we are using refinedwiki theme with a customized layout, I want to show the profile picture of the current logged in user on the dashboard. But to be able to solve this I would need to know the syntax of this macro, like {profile-picture|user=@self}

thanks,
Christian

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Browse to Tools | View Storage Format and you'll get something like

<ac:macro ac:name="profile-picture"><ac:parameter ac:name="User">david</ac:parameter></ac:macro>

Wrap this is a user macro and you get...

## Macro title: My Profile Picture
## Macro has a body: N
## Body processing: None
## Output: HTML
##
## Developed by: David Simpson
## Date created: dd/mm/yyyy
## Installed by: My Name

## Display a picture of the currently logged in user
#if($action.remoteUser)
<ac:macro ac:name="profile-picture"><ac:parameter ac:name="User">$action.remoteUser.name</ac:parameter></ac:macro>
#end

 

Hi David!

Thanks a lot - finally I got it. And finally I got the answer how to use macros wherever there is no macro editor available!

T H A N K Y O U ! ! !

David Simpson Community Champion Nov 23, 2011

@Christian Neureiter: If the answer was good enough, upvote it and/or mark it as correct :)

One more question to this. The macro is working fine and does exactly what it should. The only problem is that on the landing page it shows " $action.remoteUser.fullName" if the user has not logged in yet. How can this be hidden from users which are not logged in yet? As far as I know the hide-from and show-to macro is not yet compatible with confluence v4.

David Simpson Community Champion Nov 28, 2011

@Christian Neureiter: Check the update. Hopefully it will fix your problem.

Works perfect - thanks a lot!

Hi Christian, hi David,

is it possible to use this macro with wiki markup, too? For instance defining template pages or where else wiki markup is still used.

ciao

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