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Asciidoc inline images

Hello!

Asciidoc supports natively inline images in the content. What's the proper way of inlining such media resources in confluence asciidoc?

The following ways do not work:

image:/wiki/download/attachments/<page-id>/image1.png[
image:./image1.png[]

I did upload the image to the document below the asciidoc macro as image1.png. I tried to get the url of the media resource but the file name seems to become unpredictable uuid and I assume there is a proper way of linking those resources into the asciidoc source without having to replace for example the image1.png with the uuid of the resource.

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Hi @Jimi Viita-aho EFECTE 

Unfortunately there is no direct way to add a link to an attachment/image like this.

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