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How to remove the column header information when using the filter

I have a filter that has embedded a Jira-Macro.   By default, I want to show 15 rows of the jira-macro output, but want to sort on all the output.   Is this possible?

The work around I came up with is have a filter with an embedded jira-macro that displays all the output, then have the filter show 0 rows... then have a second jira-macro to display what I want...   The problem with this solution is that with the filter you still have a column header show up..

Any ideas on how to approach this?

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I have been playing with the options with the Filter.. I can use the Filter to tell it to display N number of rows of the table.  This is good when the filter isn't being used, but when someone selects something and there is more then 20 rows, I would like the filter to show all the rows selected.

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