I suggest to add an option in the webclipper menu to clip the webpage with or without images.
I support this request.
It would be nice to have a button "Clip simplified page without images"
I loose a lot of time every week looking for and deleting useless images
I don't think we'll add this on the clipper as it's a bit of a niche feaure, however a plugin could do that relatively easily. That could be a button that you press and delete all images in the current note.
I also liked this request. I will try to make a plugin that will add toolbar button and after pressing it will delete all images as suggested my Laurent.
@desk7 @ptbeck I just released plugin 'Remove Images' it basically removes images with following formats:
It is in very early stage. I will be fixing some bugs in upcoming days.
You can check it out and give your suggestions.
It is worth making a new topic in the
#plugins category so people can feed back on it.
I have some questions to start:
- Does it only remove joplin image resources or will it also strip remote links? i.e. will it only target the first of the below or all three?
![kitty](:/49e6c7b53e3f4c24ae04353830b9b93b) ![kitty](https://sw.kovidgoyal.net/kitty/_static/kitty.svg) ![kitty](/home/name/Pictures/kitty.svg)
- Same question as above but with
- Does it discriminate between images (i.e. actual image extensions or will it just remove any and all attachments - pdfs and mp3s are popular attachments in Joplin. If so then the current implementation is a bit misleading in its name.
Thank you @Daeraxa for replying. I will soon make a new topic.
It will remove all three links.
It will remove any image with
<img /> tag without discriminating between resource and remote links
Yes, It only looks for images(i.e. with
![some-alt-text](:/path-to-file) or <img />). So it does not remove pdf or mp3.