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Table formatting in Page Properties Issue

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I have a table that is inside a page properties macro, that is inside a 3-column layout. At first, everything is fine, but at some point when editing and saving the page, the table formatting becomes corrupted and one of the tables columns no longer will wrap the text, which extends the column width indefinitely until the text is on one line.  This makes the information in the table illegible without scrolling the extra long column.  Is this a known bug and/or is there a fix in progress?

Here's how it should look (Left column is a Page Properties Macro)

Initial with No Issue.PNG

 

Here's how it looks after saving:

After Saving with Issue.PNG

 

The change seems to happen randomly, but from testing, it seems to consistently happen if someone is editing a page and then they shrink their browser from full screen to a smaller size. Currently using the up-to-date version of Chrome.

 

Also, once the issue occurs, I can't correct the table so that the columns are back inside the initial boundaries of the page properties macro/layout column. The only option is to delete the table completely and add a new one.

 

Thanks for the help!

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Dec 09, 2021

@Adam Davila Can you share a screenshot of what it looks like before you save it so I can try and recreate the issue.

There is an active suggestion that has been made on the Atlassian Confluence Jira Issues Board.

 

This may help redirect anyone who came here searching for a workaround.

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