Heading levels are not preserved when multi-column layouts is enabled

Description

When enabling option multi-column page, heading level won't be preserved in export. 

Steps to reproduce

  1. Create a Confluence page with page layout enabled.

  2. Add some content including headings (use attached content). 

  3. Enable the option 'Keep multi-column page layouts' in export dialog and do an export.

*Expected result:* Heading formatting (font/numbering) is preserved in the export.

Actual result: Heading formatting (font/numbering) is not preserved.

Currently, to prevent the formatting issues users would be required to disable the export option Keep multi-column page layouts in the template.

 

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Brenton Ford
May 13, 2020, 2:29 AM

There is no workaround, it’s either loose Heading formatting by Enabling Keep multi-column page layouts or loose the page columns by Disabling keep multi-column page layouts and in the exported document.

The old confluence page has the scroll and column macros that export, these macros don’t exist in the new confluence pages.

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Sync User [K15t]

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