PlantUML is a wiki-based tool for creating Unified Modeling Language diagrams on Confluence.
It can be used to model your project as well as to create your own diagrams.
Due to limitations on the Confluence wiki, you can not place a picture in a text box. If you would like to place a picture in a text box you will need to upload the image to a server and then upload it to Confluence using the confluence-plugins/confluence-image-upload/res/plugin-target/confluence-plugins-plugin.json file.
You can try to upload your image here:
To add a link to an image in a text box, the image must be in a known directory and the link must be referenced by file:/// or an absolute path. This is more complicated than simply uploading the image to Confluence.
If you upload the image to a web server and then upload the image to Confluence, the image will be displayed in a text box when your page is viewed.
IMPORTANT: If you use the confluence-plugins/confluence-image-upload/res/plugin-target/confluence-plugins-plugin.json file to upload the image to Confluence, you will need to add the “scoped” option to “confluence-plugins-plugin.json” file.
This option will prevent the plugin from replacing your original text box.
This plugin provides a file uploader to upload an image, picture or file to Confluence (to a page, wiki, image gallery, etc.).
To add an image or picture to a wiki page, use the following:
Insert the plugin in the text area or on a toolbar (can be chosen at installation).
Configure the plugin, like the plugin title, description, copyright, etc.
Select the directory where the image or picture is stored (images/pictures in this demo).
Select an image or picture from the directory.
Once the image is uploaded, you can optionally add it as a link to another URL, a Wikipedia page, a page on the Wiki, a Wiki page, etc.
You can also choose to embed it inside an HTML code (will generate an iframe).
You can choose to display the image on a Confluence page or not.
You can choose to eea19f52d2
Macro ToolWorks Free is an automation application that permits recording macros and trigger them according to user’s needs. The automated task can be anything from inserting a predefined text string into the currently open application to running more complicated tasks in the background.
Macros can be organized into folders and groups according to their purpose and trigger mode. Some demos are already available and you can run them to see what it is all about or come up with your own ideas.
To make things easier, the developer included a wizard to guide you through the entire process of creating a macro.
Populating the list with tasks carried automatically should not prove to be a tough job, even for less advanced users, who can always rely on the wizard to guide their steps.
However, creating a macro can be done in several ways, one of them being recording the mouse and keyboard activity and then rendering it when the assigned trigger (keyboard shortcut or mouse action) is activated.
However, for more complicated tasks there is the possibility to use commands. The simpler type are predefined for specific actions while a more complex way to create a macro is through the application’s programming language, which is quite simple. The latter is also suitable for tasks that can be carried out in the background.
Macro ToolWorks Free provides various ways to create macros for automating repetitive tasks and none of them are complicated. A beginner user can start with the easier methods and climb on the ladder to making command-based macros.
Today everyone uses a computer and is a member of a social network. As such, the number of Twitter users keeps growing day by day. With over 300 million users, Twitter is a popular online social networking platform with many features.
However, it can be frustrating at times and is considered to be the most annoying social network. While there are many reasons, Twitter has the most annoying features.
People tend to look for shortcuts to get around the platform and solve some of their problems, but all the time these shortcuts can lead to more headaches.
If you really want to avoid the above, you should take the time to set up a Twitter account and get familiar with it. This way you can enjoy the platform.
Set up Twitter account
Creating an account on Twitter is easy and can be done in five easy steps. This way, you can stay on top of new updates.
You can click on the ‘Sign in’ button at the bottom of the homepage and enter