On some pages the "delete page tree" option appears in the ... menu and on some pages it does not. These several pages is in the same space and the pages are parent pages with multiple child pages. The space has Scroll Versions turned on if that is relevant. Does anyone know what causes this?
The only restrictions for viewing the item are iff it is a page (not a blog post etc.) and the page has children. I am suspecting that scroll does not use the default confluence structure but I can tell you more in a view minutes. Just installed Scroll Versions .
thanks for mentioning me here @Lukas Knoch [Rumpelcoders] - versioned pages created with Scroll Versions are created as child pages of the master page in a special naming pattern (.<Pagetitle> <vVersionname>) and hidden in the page tree (but for example visible in the "View in Hierarchy" view) (see our docs).
The "Delete Page Tree" option is only available on unversioned pages or when switching to the reader view (as you're then viewing the master page which actually has child pages). As we haven't tested the compatibility with the Delete Page Tree Addon completely, I'd recommend to use the built-in feature in Scroll Versions, as it comes with a similar functionality:
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By clicking "Remove x descendant page(s)" you can define to delete whole subtrees in a space. Would that work for you?
Please note the difference between a remove in a specific version in Scroll Versions and the "Remove this page and all its versions":
Let me know if that helps.
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