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Sadly, we aren't perfect, but we are trying to get there! Some minor bugs might appear. We are working on resolving the issues we know about.

Usability issues

Teaser images are missing in PDF exports.
Teaser images are missing when a page is exported to a PDF.


A time-out leads to lost changes in menu configuration.
Changes in the menu configuration can disappear when the admin times-out.


Theme reset to Confluence default after upgrade of Linchpin apps.
Updating Linchpin Theme disables the theme for a brief period. If the Confluence system is accessed by another user during this time, it detects a "missing" theme and resets Confluence to the default theme. 

To repair this, simply activate the theme again. Starting with Confluence 6.15 this is not an issue anymore, so we suggest updating (smile).


Settings for not showing the menu in space themes get reset
When using space themes with deactivated menu and upgrading to Linchpin Theme 2.19.x or Linchpin Suite 2.x, the settings for the menu get reset to default. That means, the spaces using those space themes will show the menu. The setting has to be corrected once after the upgrade, from then on they keep their settings.



Visual issues

A 1/3 page layout makes the Spaces macro disappear.
The Spaces macro can disappear when displayed in a 1/3 page layout.


Pop-ups are displayed in wrong positions.
The login page sometimes can cause pop-ups to appear in wrong positions. This is fixed with Linchpin Theme 2.20.4.


Text inside the header might appear cut-off.
Text inside the action drawer (header) can appear cut-off when it's displayed in two rows.


The placeholder text inside the search bar might appear cut-off.
The placeholder text inside the search bar (for example: "Type to use the search") can appear cut-off.


Sidebar icons break when a system is migrated from HTTP to HTTPS.
If you migrate your system from HTTP to HTTPS, the sidebar might display broken icons. The issue exists because the sidebar uses the base URL of the system to load faster. Sadly, the sidebar does not flush the cache automatically, that's why you have to do it yourself after performing a migration.

To fix this issue, please navigate to Confluence administration → Cache management. Look for the net.seibertmedia.confluence.linchpin-sidebar.cache.sidebar.v2 key and click on the Flush button.