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undesirable behavior of the column width in tables

Does anyone of you know this problem or have a solution for it?

  • We create a new table in WIKI Confluence.
  • By default, flexible width is set for the table's columns.
  • In fact, the width remains fixed after the first save.
  • Only after you manually change the setting to fixed and back to flexible is the column width actually flexible.


We use Atlassian Confluence 7.4.1 (Server).

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The behavior can no longer be reproduced in the current version.

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Oct 28, 2021


Do you have any apps installed that could impact your tables?

We have apps installed. But i don't think, that one of them would impact our tables.

We us:

  • Refined Toolkit
  • Linchpin Enterprise News
  • Barcodes for Confluence
  • Forms for Confluence
  • Treeview
  • Comala Document Management
  • Edit permission inheritance

But in the Moment we still use Confluence Version 7.4.11. We will upgrade next week to 7.13.1. In the new version I have no yet been able to adjust the behavior. So i'll wait until next week.

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