I am using the latest version of the Jira issues macro (5.6.3) on Confluence 5.6.2 with Scroll PDF 3.0.11. We create reports in Confluence & export to PDF.
Since we retrieve many fields from Jira, the rendering of the column widths is problematic both on the screen and in the PDF export (much is lost to the right of the screen.)
In confluence itself I solve this by applying max-width to td.jira-macro-table-underline-pdfexport, td.jira-macro-table-underline-pdfexport *
It turns out these selectors also work in the PDF export stylesheet, except they have no effect on the headings: the contents of the cells have their width restricted, but the headings remain wide, so the table as a whole is still too wide.
I have tried the regular selectors at https://www.k15t.com/display/PDF/Default+Table+Styles, I have tried div.tablewrap p, and all the relevant ones that show up on the Confluence screen with no luck.
I temporarily don't have access to the filesystem so can't see what's going on there!
Any ideas how I can apply max-width to these table headings?
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