Using Scroll Word Exporter.
I want to have a Confluence hierarchy like this:
Full Draft (uses child display to include full excerpts from all child pages)
This will allow us to export the entire document (from Full Draft page) or individual sections (from Section x pages) when we have very long documents (multiple hundreds of pages).
Since page properties must be defined at the export page I have (N + 1) page property tables (one for Full Draft and one each for the individual Sections).
I'd like to make some (if not all) of the page properties consistent throughout all pages without having to edit (N + 1) pages to, for example, increase a version number.
However, when I use an "excerpt include" macro to grab a value from another page and add that to my page properties table in a Section page the formatting reverts to "Normal" with an added newline. This ruins things if the page properties are displayed in a header or footer since I use smaller font text with specific line spacing.
Is there a way to fix this or to workaround the issue such that my page properties can be defined in my Draft page and inherited by my Section pages?
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