I am using Atlassian Confluence 6.13.8, and have added the Adaptavist "Tabs Container", and "Tabs Page" macros to my CHALK page. In several of my tabs I use the "Excellentable" macro to display multi-tabbed excel spreadsheets.
When I navigate to a tab with the Excellentable macro embedded, it only displays the left-hand most inch of the spreadsheet until I resize the browser window. At that point, it "resizes" the excellentable macro to display correctly, but only for whichever tab was currently selected, and only if I don't "resize" for another tab.
Is there a way to set the "display" width for the excellentable macro? Has anyone else run into this issue, and discovered a fix? Could there be a CSS class setting which would resolve this issue?
Thanks for your assistance.
Vincent, We validated again and didn't face any issue. Support team provided the link to the Youtube Video for your reference.
Can you please open a ticket on our portal as we might need more information to investigate it further?
You can use the link I provided above or you can also use the link from the help section in Excellentable.
I apologize to everyone for not responding sooner. We have updated to 4.3.1 in the lapsed time. I have reviewed the video, and I think the problem is that I am not using CSS stylesheets in conjunction with my other macros. I am very sorry for the wasted time, as I should have checked more thoroughly how to utilize the macros. I will research, and learn how to make it show as displayed in the example video as well.
Again, my apologies for wasting your time, and my sincere thanks for taking the time to assist. Have a wonderful day!
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