I am using the Electron client of Joplin on Linux.
At the moment, when pasting an image to Joplin form the clipboard or when linking it from a file, the generated tag is a valid markdown similar to
However, as discussed in Resize images , there is no support for image UI resize with that format. A workaround, which I apply systematically (and manually) to all images I paste in my notes is to rewrite the link as an html link, which supports a width parameter:
Suggestion: how about having Joplin generate image link directly as an html <img ... instead of pure markdown, since that format has the advantage of supporting resize ? Or maybe making that behaviour possible through configuration? Maybe the width could default to some value specified in config, or would always be initialized to the the physical image size or something. We would also leave the height blank, s.t. the image ratio would be kept.
Since Joplin uses React for a good bit of its code base and that looks like it supports what @sv3ndk, is there anyway to implement React directly into the Markdown here to give more flexibility and whatnot?
I was just going to open the same topic, as I came to the same conclusion as @sv3ndk, manual re-writing of each image in longer documents with a lot of figures can get tedious very quickly.
Are there any news on this front?
I have a similar need. Hundreds of notes with dozens of images from different origins that I want to display uniformly.
At the moment I am copying the whole note markdown into an external editor and swapping
Many of my images are pasted from the clipboard using Ctrl-V (not Edit / Attach File)
The above works but is really tedious. I wonder if there could be a way to have some default options to allow importing / pasting images with html and specifiying default size.