Include Page macro displays content in legacy (old) editor style. It is also ignoring any page width settings (e.g. full-width, etc.)
Confluence Cloud with Fabric Editor
Steps to reproduce
- Create and publish the first page using the (new) Fabric Editor. Include some content that would be displayed differently in the legacy editor. Examples: A formatted table, with cell background color, status macros, etc.
- Create and publish a second page, also using the Fabric Editor, where you use the Include Page macro to include the first page. If you're testing that the macro honors the width settings, set the width of the page with the Include Page macro to full-width.
The content of the first page is displayed on the second page in identical fashion, full-width and same formatting as on the first page.
The content of the first page is displayed with formatting from the old Legacy editor (pre-Fabric Editor), which means a different display of status macro and different table formatting. In some cases, the page will display as fixed-width instead of full-width.
No current workaround.