We are pleased to introduce Scroll PDF Exporter 4.6.4 which includes a low severity security fix, alongside some additional improvements and bug fixes.
Important release information
This update includes a fix for a low severity security issue – we recommend updating to this version. You can read more regarding this issue via our .
Important update information
As a result of the fix for the low severity security issue, we have made changes to the way in which images, that are hosted on a different server, are handled. Now, images that are hosted on a different server will not be downloaded by default anymore. This means to allow content from an external host to be downloaded you will now have to enable this host through the Confluence whitelist settings. You can find the Confluence whitelist configuration screen in the global admin configuration under "Users & Security > Whitelist". To read more, please see the Confluence whitelist documentation for further information about how to configure this whitelist.
Additional release information
This release also improves the UI for the Scroll Table Layout macro and fixes the issue which caused internal links, provided by Include page/Include+ macro, to be rendered incorrectly in the generated export. Furthermore, we have resolved the issue that prevented deprecated Export Schemes (from Scroll PDF Exporter v3.x) from being shown in the specific export scheme section.
All updates and fixes in this release