Problem with formatting while using Multiexcerpt include macro

a_ledeneva July 2, 2021

Here is a problem with Multiexcerpt include macro.

 

On the basic page we have Multiexcerpt macro:

Multiexcerpt macro.PNG

That's how it looks:

Multiexcerpt macro 2.PNG

 

Then I'm trying to use Multiexcerpt include macro on another page, and that's what we have:

Multiexcerpt include macro.PNG

It's not so dramatic in my example, but in complicated texts and tables, formatting is a really big deal.

Sometimes paragraph text becomes a heading and displayed in the table of contents, but on the basic page all just fine.

How can I fix this?

2 answers

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Leslie Gilbert
Marketplace Partner
Marketplace Partners provide apps and integrations available on the Atlassian Marketplace that extend the power of Atlassian products.
July 6, 2021

Hello @a_ledeneva

I am a support Engineer for this App, working at Artemis an Appfire Co., I am happy to help you with this. For faster and more consistent support you can create a ticket on our support portal so that you can share some files with us. 

So what I am understanding is that in your experience you are seeing the format change to a heading on the page where the MultiExcerpt Include is?

~Leslie

0 votes
Shannon S
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
July 5, 2021

Hello @a_ledeneva,

Good afternoon, and welcome to the Atlassian Community. It's nice to have you join us! Because Multiexcerpt is a 3rd-party macro, I've moved your question over to the Marketplace collection. If this is a known issue, the vendor may reach out to you here.

Do you encounter this issue only with the Multiexcerpt macro, and is it any time you use that macro on a page? When you edit the page with the macro, can you confirm that there's no accidental formatting when selecting the macro panel?

Take care,

Shannon

Mark Pitt December 2, 2022

What was the answer here please?  I am having just this issue

 

Thanks

Shannon S
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
January 2, 2023

Hi Mark,

Good afternoon and happy New Year! If you still have the issue, don't hesitate to contact Artemis at their support portal, as suggested by @Leslie Gilbert. They can let you know the solution.

Take care,

Shannon

Atlassian Community Support

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