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Generate SVG from plantuml plugin for confluence cloud

Currently in confluence cloud we use the plantuml plugin to render an image from plantuml markup. Because urls/links are not possible I would like SVG rendering because that supports links. In confluence the svg file would simply be stored and the (modern) browser will render it including the links.

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    Hans Pikkemaat shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • AdminDavid Benson (Engineer, JGraph Ltd) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Unfortunately, the problem here is that Confluence cannot properly handle the SVG. We can generally but it to display (there are still issues), but then things like the export to PDF and Word break when there is SVG content. We'd need Atlassian to fix these issue first.

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