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Sadly, we aren't perfect, but we are trying to get there! We are actively working on the bugs listed here.

Usability issues

The 'My Contacts' macro isn't being displayed in PDF exports.
Currently, the 'My Contacts' macro isn't being displayed when you export a page to a PDF file.

Parentheses in filters are treated incorrectly
Since we have introduced complex filters for your custom landing pages, parentheses in filters are treated as logical characters. Your filter might break if you try to filter by attributes which contain parentheses.

A workaround would be to use the wildcard '?' instead of a parenthesis.

Links which contain single quotation marks do not work properly.
Inside the configuration of LUP, some links may be broken if they contain the single quotation mark (').

"Profile Updated" by Anonymous due to Confluence Synchronization
When Confluence synchronizes against any external user management, all of the newly created and updated users will be displayed under the "All Updates" section of the 'Recently Updated' macro on the Confluence dashboard.
Considering the amount of users Confluence will create or update from the synchronization, it would be better to be excluded from "All Updates" section or Confluence should provide the option to exclude these updates.

Since Confluence 5.5, you can add the following argument in your JVM options to prevent updates to user information appearing in the dashboard:



There are problems with profile picture uploads with Internet Explorer.
In some server configurations, a problem can occur when you upload profile pictures via Internet Explorer. This problem leads to a page with the text "Loading...", and the user is unable to resize the picture.

If this happens, the following snippet can be added to the Apache configuration, which should solve the issue (example for .png-files):

<LocationMatch ".*\.png$">
ForceType image/png
Header set Content-Disposition inline
Header set Content-Type image/png;charset=UTF-8

Copying content and the 'Content Responsibility' macro
The 'Content Responsibility' macro maintains its own data structure separate from Confluence content (pages, blog posts or dashboards). As a result, when you copy content including the macro (manually or through third-party apps like bitvoodoo's Templates for Blog Posts for Confluence), the resulting pages will require you to fill out the responsible user(s) again and save/update the content. The macro settings will carry over.

Embedding the 'Content Responsibility' macro in blueprints is supported, but the created pages will also need to be saved/updated once for the data to be handled correctly.

Multi-select profile field doesn't support multiple XML tags

When importing XML into a multi-select field, we currently don't support multiple XML tags like <node>A</node><node>B</node>. As a workaround, use JSON array strings in a single tag like <node>["A","B"]</node>. See the corresponding section in our documentation for details about this.

Visual/UI issues

Sometimes the profile editor displays Skype configuration options for the XMPP instant messenger field type.
If a Skype IM field was created first, and then a XMPP IM field is created, the profile editor will still display the configuration for Skype instead the one for XMPP.

The 'Customized User List' macro displays horizontal lines double. 
The horizontal lines separating profile fields are displayed double inside the macro.

If a second Skype for Business instant messenger fields is configured to show the online status, a wrong message appears.
If a second Skype for Business instant messenger field is inserted into a profile and it's configured to show the online status, a message asking to replace profile field data will be displayed (this should not be the case).

There's a feature missing in the list that would increase the product's value for your company? Let us know!

Simply visit our feedback board for Linchpin User Profiles and create a feature request, vote for existing posts or discuss your ideas with other customers.