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Unable to control the size of images #164

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AshwinJay opened this Issue Nov 5, 2013 · 57 comments

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AshwinJay commented Nov 5, 2013

How do I add a size hint to images?

Thanks. Great tool!

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benweet commented Nov 20, 2013

There is no proper way to specify the size of an image in Markdown syntax. However there are 2 workarounds:

  • Resize your image yourself or let Google do it for you (that's what I do when importing from Google+ and specifying a max size)

  • Use an HTML img tag:

    <img src="http://....jpg" width="200px" height="200px" />
    
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jbaum98 commented Apr 8, 2014

Some Markdown Editors use this syntax:

![](url =widthxheight)
![](./pic/pic1_50.png =100x20)

Maybe we could get support for that?

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benweet commented Apr 8, 2014

Where can I find this implementation?

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jbaum98 commented Apr 9, 2014

I saw it in this comment, and I know for sure that Mou supports it.

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searsaw commented Nov 3, 2014

+1
This would be awesome!

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marshyski commented Nov 8, 2014

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farzher commented Apr 10, 2015

+1 👍

Github instead allows an actual img tag that you can set the width/height on.
<img src=mypic.png width=600 height=100 />

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monolithed commented May 5, 2015

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vladejs commented Oct 8, 2015

Can you add a custom extension that intercepts the image conversion and accept a new sintax?

Like desc{attributes}

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prankymat commented Dec 17, 2015

pleeeease +1

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championofblocks commented Jun 16, 2017

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ralphilius commented Jun 25, 2017

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Almost 4 years and it's not implemented yet

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vonzcy commented Mar 16, 2018

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vonzcy commented Mar 16, 2018

Actually the <img src="http://....jpg" width="200px" height="200px" /> works well enough, though having ![](url =widthxheight) support would be cool.

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vonzcy commented Mar 16, 2018

But the problem is, seems the adjustment with embedded CSS is to scale the image that has already been scaled once. That means, if you enlarge the image again, it would be blurred.

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benweet commented Apr 8, 2018

Fixed in v5.11. Syntax is ![test](image.png =100x200).

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