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    Cyrille MARTIN

    Hi Mister Rainer,

    I know there is a scroll macro to force the page break for scroll office maybe it is also working with scroll Wiki PDF v2.0

    {scroll-pagebreak}

    Regards,

    Cyrille

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    Rainer Bugow

    Unknown macro: {scroll-pagebreak} - unfortunately this macro doesn't work - Thanks Rainer

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    K15t Support Team

    Hi Rainer, Hi Cyrille,

    Scroll Wiki PDF Exporter currently does not support inserting page breaks manually. However we created an issue to support it in one of the upcoming releases (http://k15t.jira.com/browse/PDF-172). So far you can only use CSS in the templates to create a page break.

    Cheers,

    - Tobias

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    Yuri Zats

    I'm trying to use the scroll-pi macro as suggested in the JIRA, but it is not recognized as a valid macro. I'm using Confluence 4.1.7 with Scroll PDF Exporter 2.3.3

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    Ellis Pratt

    I've just upgraded the plugins on a client's installation and now it's saying unknown macro: 'scroll pagebreak'

    This is printing out in the document and the pagebreaks are not working

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    Jens Rutschmann

    Hi all,

    I've updated the documentation here for Confluence 4: http://www.k15t.com/display/PDF/Adding+Pagebreaks

    @Ellis: could be that in your system the PDF exporter used the macro provided by Scroll Office and due to the plugin update order this macro is no longer active. Add a user macro as described in the docs.

     

    Cheers,
    Jens

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