Following the wiki markup user guide for Crucible (the guides for Confluence do not seem to apply to Crucible), I've created a link in a comment like this:

{anchor:fancyAnchorName}


And in another comment on the same document, I've attempted to link to it using the provided example for linking to an anchor on the same page:

[#fancyAnchorName]


However, this shows up highlighted in red, as malformed macros are wont to do.

The other example given is rather unclear:

[My Page#fancyAnchorName]


What is 'My Page' here? Is it the URL of the document containing the anchor? an arbitrary name? I've tried both ways, neither of which work.

[http://url-to-my-review-document#fancyAnchorName] => invalid
[Random title#fancyAnchorName]                     => invalid


There does not seem to be any more documentation on this. What am I doing wrong?

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Here's what I do. . .

 

Target Page

1) Insert the Anchor Macro and Edit that Macro and specify the Anchor Name="fancyAnchorName"

 

Source page

1) sample confluence page named "Link Farm"

2) get the "Tiny Link" for example https://some.company.com/confluence/x/wyHTsfd

3) your link to the fancyAnchorName anchor directly will be. . .

 https://some.company.com/confluence/x/wyHTsfd#LinkFarm-fancyAnchorName

 

Give that a try

Where do you see a way of 'inserting' a macro on Crucible? As far as I can see, the only option you have for commenting on reviews is to type in straight wiki markup.

sorry - rushed right passed the crucible reference. . . not sure how to do this in crucible.

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