• Vesela Houba
    Vesela Houba, 2012/09/14 23:41

    This macro has bug. When the document has a "." (dot) in it's name, it's not displayed. I suppose there is some problem with parsing dot when separating space and document name.

    edit:
    The dots must be escaped with "\" character in order to work. 

    • Vincent Massol
      Vincent Massol, 2012/09/14 23:47

      Hi, that's not a bug... emoticon_smile It's a feature. That's how you enter a reference, see Model Module.

      That said, we should have a WYSIWYG special editor to enter a reference as discrete elements (wiki, space, page) to make it easier for users.

  • Bob Schulze
    Bob Schulze, 2017/09/07 13:58

    Can anyone point out the difference between the Display Macro and the Insert Macro? Which one should I use?

    • Vincent Massol
      Vincent Massol, 2017/09/07 14:21

      It's supposed to be explained in the description above emoticon_smile Please use the Forum for asking questions.

    • Bob Schulze
      Bob Schulze, 2017/09/07 14:47

      found it myself, sorry: "...in its own context" means for instance, that attachments are found from their original location next to the included document.

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