When I edit a page and insert a table I don't get the "table toolbar" that the documentation talks about. Here is what I see:
And this is what the documentation says I should have:
This happens in Microsoft Edge, Chrome and Firefox, on two different computers with two different users in the same wiki. Anyone have any idea how to fix this?
I'm also immensely frustrated by this issue. I need to be able to access the full table controls that are supposed to be available in the new editor, but instead all I can access is the limited controls described in the thread above. Exactly the same problem. Can anyone please help?
So i heard back from Atlassian support on this. Turns out the toolbar has been removed in newer versions of Cloud Confluence; along with the ability to set table column widths. The full set of available options now exists in the "Table Options" menu that appears at the bottom of the table when selected.
When creating the page with the table, don't choose the 'new editing' fancy option. Choose just blank page. This "fixed" it for me. The new table was really smoother to use but the toolbar didn't show up and I needed the 'fill cell color' option. shucks.
Later edit: you can find cell background color on each cell top right! back to smooth new features
When I add a table I only have the following cell options.
I have no table options available at the bottom of the table when the table is selected (as stated above). So frustrating not being able to manage column width. How do you get access to table options? The only thing at the bottom of my table is the Delete icon.
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