This macro will show its contents to the viewer if the context matches the parameters specified.
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If set to
The list of user(s) to match, separated by comma e.g.: 'bob,marley' will match both bob and marley.
The user to match, using special usernames:
The group(s) to match, separated by comma.
e.g.: 'confluence-users' will match all logged in users.
This property allows you to define whether the content inside this macro is hidden to a certain user based on his space permissions. This can be done by either of the following:
These are the permission types:
The (list of) page types. May be:
This property allows the user to show content only in a document that has been exported to PDF or Word and not on the Confluence page.
The (list of) display modes:
The (list of) spaces this will be displayed in.
The action taking place:
The list of labels to test are present or absent.
The list of request header "name:value" pairs to check for.
This can either be of the form "name:exact value" or "name::regular expression" (note the double "::" for regular expressions).
For example, to check if the current browser is FireFox, set to
This will confirm that the 'User-Agent' header contains 'Firefox'. What headers are available will depend on the browser being used.
(Since 1.6.0) Tests if the current location is in the specified scope.
You can specify a particular page, or set the scope to the children, descendants or ancestors of another page:
If set to