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I often take a lot of screenshots and paste them into a confluence page for documentation. It is friendly that I can set the width to keep the document somewhat neat, however this means that I'm sometimes making images too small to see well.
Sometimes in confluence, I can click an image and get a bigger version -- it treats the image as a preview / thumbnail and then you can "blow it up." This is desirable -- I can keep the document neat, and then users can click an image to see a larger version.
Is there a way to control this behavior?