We use the BuDict plugin on our Confluence site. While it's usually helpful, I have a page where I want to disable some of the BuDict links (double underlines). I've read through the manual, and I know I can add the entire page as an exclusion, in order to disable all BuDict links on the page.
However, I really only want to disable a couple BuDict links on the page, while leaving the rest of the BuDict links on that page intact. Is there a way to accomplish this? It would be great if I could use some sort of escape character to tell BuDict to ignore these one or two specific instances.
Nope, unfortunately it is not possible and we do not plan it in the nearby future (in order to keep markup rules engine small and cross-browser compatible).
As a counterweight you can use the new info bubble functionality - appearance behavior configuration (available from today's released version 4.0.19-CNFL5.x).
Hey there, wefx.
I noticed that it has been a while since you received any response here. Therefore, I would recommend you to contact the plugin vendor to get your query answered.
Hope this helps and good luck.
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