Embedded images in notes #367

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evanp opened this Issue Jan 26, 2013 · 5 comments

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evanp commented Jan 26, 2013

Add an image in-line for a note in the Web UI.

This seems pretty advanced for a note; the three main social networks I can think of (Facebook, Twitter, and Google+) don't allow this, but I'm pretty sure you can do it with Wordpress.

Another option might be attaching an image to the end of a note.

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What does in-line mean ?
I thought instinctively to drag + drop an image onto the GUI, which would be nice
based on some predefined settings there could be actions triggered (post right away or save in my storage ...)

it could work for any kind of media which one drag + drops onto the GUI

advantage:

  • no clicking
  • good for devices which offer such things already

What does in-line mean ?
I thought instinctively to drag + drop an image onto the GUI, which would be nice
based on some predefined settings there could be actions triggered (post right away or save in my storage ...)

it could work for any kind of media which one drag + drops onto the GUI

advantage:

  • no clicking
  • good for devices which offer such things already
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@Erkan-Yilmaz I think it means being able to do an image between paragraphs or even inside a paragraph. There are a few WYSIWYG editors that do it. It's more common in content management systems than social networks.

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evanp commented Jan 26, 2013

@Erkan-Yilmaz I think it means being able to do an image between paragraphs or even inside a paragraph. There are a few WYSIWYG editors that do it. It's more common in content management systems than social networks.

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The WYSIHTML5 package I'm using for WYSIWYG editing supports it. I need to take a while to think about whether that more complicated interface is justified.

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evanp commented Jan 26, 2013

The WYSIHTML5 package I'm using for WYSIWYG editing supports it. I need to take a while to think about whether that more complicated interface is justified.

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shtrom Apr 30, 2013

Ah, this might partially answer my question in #577. Notes and pictures are different kinds of objects, are they?

shtrom commented Apr 30, 2013

Ah, this might partially answer my question in #577. Notes and pictures are different kinds of objects, are they?

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This can be done with Dianara desktop client, at least. Hence I'm tagging this issue "webui".

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larjona commented Mar 17, 2016

This can be done with Dianara desktop client, at least. Hence I'm tagging this issue "webui".

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