dont see where to configure the forms - how do you get started ?

I installed the demo version of this plugin and it creates a single macro called Jiraforms.

I already have the links defined between Confluence and Jira (e.g. can use the jiraissues macro in confluence) and i'm running as a confluence admin.

The only config in the addons page for JiraForms is related to the link.

The only field in the jiraforms macro asks for config or id in a single line text field.

Whatever i put in here, it says it "has no value"

Sorry if i'm being thick but where do i define the form itself ?

The code examples show a large block of text with several parameters per definition so i'm hoping its not expected to type that into the single line called config in the jiraforms macro ?

I tried this also and just get an error saying Variable "config" has no value (row 1).

It looks like this plugin will provide the functionality i need (managing the issue creation from confluence) but the documentation has a big gap between installing the plugin and providing the syntax - how do you get started ?

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OK - so yes, i have to enter all the key/value pairs in the single line - ok can live with having to write it in an external editor and then paste it in if thats what is required.

Same question here.

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