• Roman Muntyanu
    Roman Muntyanu, 2012/05/04 16:51

    [[Click here to jump to anchor "someid">>#someid]] does not work for 2.1 Syntax

  • HeinKunibert
    HeinKunibert, 2012/05/09 11:52

    Got some strange behaviour when using this macro. This Macro works fine on some Pages, e.g when using it as Admin on Sandbox.WebHome. On other pages, (e.g. Sandbox.Testpage created by Admin) with exactly the same rights it doesnĀ“t work. I just updated to Xwiki 4.0 but still got this error. Can I find the source of this Macro anywhere? 

    • Thomas Mortagne
      Thomas Mortagne, 2012/05/09 11:55

      I updated the page with a link to the sources.

      • HeinKunibert
        HeinKunibert, 2012/05/10 11:52

        Thanks for the link! I still got the same problems using this macro. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn`t. For example it works on "page A" (with "id-references" within the page). If I create a copy "page B" of "page A" it still works. But if I create a new Page "page C" and paste the content of "page A" to "page C" it doesn`t work. The only thing I could find in the source is "setPriority(20)". I already decreased (and increased) it to several values an rebuild the macro but anyway I still got that strange behaviour. Is there any way to find out the order in which macros are executed within a page? Any help which helps me solving this problem would be appreciated.

        Update: created a BugReport: https://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XRENDERING-199

  • Caitlin Andrews
    Caitlin Andrews, 2020/07/02 19:55

    In the CKEditor, should this be normal behavior when an Id macro is placed at the beginning of a line of header text? (a clickable box with a macro:id label that I can double click to make the edit macro window open)

    https://discourse.xwiki.org/uploads/default/original/2X/9/9556471061bf3940e5e72e9016c6e78d7e2d71b5.png

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