In Confluence it is now possible to highlight table rows, columns or individual cells. Currently, the Scroll Exporter ignore the highlighting during export.
While supporting native Confluence styling of tables would be a great start, it is still extremely limited because Confluence is extremely limited. We are trying to publish some documentation that makes extensive use of structured tables that have a common look-and-feel. To do this, we have written a few user macros that essentially put some CSS styling to specific tables particularly around background color and column widths, mostly by the use of <span> tags. One design idea you might consider to handle this request is to add an "export.css" capability that allows users (publishers) to use some basic CSS overrides of CSS classes and elements that the exporter uses. While my major need is some better way of styling tables, this idea could be used for headers and other basic elements.
We are running Confluence 5.1.1 and Scroll Office 3.0.9 and this issue effects us to. Is there a plan to solve this within the next versions?
currently I can't give you an exact release date when this issue will be resolved.
I'll talk to our developers and see if we can have a deeper look at this issue as soon as possible.
Would be great to try the version where this is working.
the release for version 3.1 of our Scroll Exporters (which includes the fix for this improvement) is planned for mid October.
You can watch the wanted Scroll Exporter in the Atlassian Marketplace to get a notification as soon as the new version is shipped.
Please have a look at the following page for further details: https://www.k15t.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=82510672