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How to list all sibling pages in Confluence? (not parent, not child)

We are using RefinedTheme which is a great add-on for our Confluence. However, there is one difference to the standard setting that is bothering me.

The page tree on the left sidebar scrolls with the page and is not it's own scrollable div, which brings several disadvantages.

  • Scroll down on a large page and you do not see the page tree anymore
  • Land on a page from the search you need to scroll to see the page tree on the right position to see the parent, child, siblings pages.

For the second case I thought about offering a workaround, by simply listing the siblings pages of the current page on top of the page tree.

However, there is no such a macro? How can I add this?

 

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You can use the 'Page tree' macro and type '@parent' as the 'root page'. 
See https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/page-tree-macro-163414255.html for futher documentation. 

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