Table of contents indents differently depending on following heading

I have the following storage:

<ac:structured-macro ac:name="panel">
  <ac:rich-text-body>
    <p>Table of Contents</p>
    <p>
      <ac:structured-macro ac:name="toc">
        <ac:parameter ac:name="minLevel">2</ac:parameter>
      </ac:structured-macro>
    </p>
    <p>List of Figures</p>
    <p>
      <ac:structured-macro ac:name="toc">
        <ac:parameter ac:name="maxLevel">6</ac:parameter>
        <ac:parameter ac:name="minLevel">6</ac:parameter>
        <ac:parameter ac:name="exclude">Table.*.</ac:parameter>
      </ac:structured-macro>
    </p>
  </ac:rich-text-body>
</ac:structured-macro>
<ac:structured-macro ac:name="numberedheadings">
  <ac:parameter ac:name="skip-headings">h6</ac:parameter>
  <ac:parameter ac:name="start-numbering-with">1</ac:parameter>
  <ac:parameter ac:name="start-numbering-at">h2</ac:parameter>
  <ac:rich-text-body>
    <h2>Works</h2>
    <h6>Figure</h6>
    <h2>Fails</h2>
    <h6>Figure</h6>
    <h3>Because of this</h3>
  </ac:rich-text-body>
</ac:structured-macro>

When displayed, the second "Figure" indents way more than the first, because of the <h3> following it. If you change the <h3> to an <h2> it looks as expected.

Is there a way I can get this to display correctly in the table of contents? My goal is to use Heading 6 for a List of Figures. I'm using 5.4.4.

1 answer

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There is a bug report for this issue at https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-34534. The only current workaround for this issue would be to use a different heading after the h6. In my testing all headings are affected by this except for h1 and only by following a heading with the heading that came before it (in your case an h2) or with the same heading (h6 followed by h6) will prevent it from moving right.

Cheers,

Stephen Brannen | Confluence Support

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