I have a table of contents that is has no indent set in it yet it's indenting the Heading 3, not Heading 2, but I don't want any indent at all. I am just learning alot about confluence, so there's been alot of experimentation. I finally got it the way I wanted it, and suddenly there's an indent. I have deleted it and added it back, but it's still doing it. Any ideas? Thanks.
@Jimie Poillucci , In my previous reply i forgot to mention about headings.
This is also picked automatically based on content but the same is configuration. If you scroll down you have the option to set max heading and min heading. You have to set this .
Hi @Jimie Poillucci ,
Welcome to Atlassian community.
While inserting the macro , you have an option to set the heading indent. This value is blank by default and picks the value based on the content on the page. You can set this as per your requirement. Experiment with values like 1px, 5px , 10px and set as per your need.
I hope the above info helps. Have a good day.
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