Whenever I create a table in a blank confluence, Table automatically fits to the full page irrespective of 1/2 columns. I want to drag and resize the column width which seems not working right now. When I put my cursor on the table icon, it shows Shift+Alt+T instead of previously shown option: a table with option to choose no. of rows and columns. Is there any option, I regain the previous settings. Thanks
Are you using the new Confluence editor which is being rolled out - if yes, unlike previously where table options were at the top of the page, they're now all within the table itself - so if you select the table by clicking it you can:
You can also remove rows and columns by clicking on them - click on the thin line at the top of a column or the start of a row and an "x" will appear.
If this doesn't solve your issue or you're in the classic editor - let us know and if you can provide a screenshot of the error, that'd be ideal.
Here it is:
as you can see, the 3rd column it's empty, useless; if i delete it by pressing the x button when i select it, all good, but the '2nd column' gets auto width to the whole page
And by pressing this button, see bellow, it doesn't help me in my problem.
I just want to customize the width of tables, as it used to be before. Why in the hell have you removed a feature that was working smoothly, where now i'm forced to use some much space on an article, that should be easy to read?
Hi @Dragos Doru
You're right - there isn't a way to customize the width of the table itself outside of the button at this point. Removing the third column will auto-size the remaining two, to average out the size of each to fit the page.
I'm Community Leader as opposed to a member of the Atlassian team - it's best to vote and watch suggestions which aim to have this feature added to the new editor - one which might be of interest: CONFCLOUD-67748
Or search for others in the CONFCLOUD project.
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