I am useing confluence to write manuals and guides for a quality management system. I am useing Firefox 12.0, where I can use drag&drop to insert images into pages, which is very fast and therefore very useful.
When using drag&drop to insert an image, the filename is automatically set by the system, useing a date and time stamp. This means that the filename of an image, that gets uploaded to a page multiple times changes for every upload.
Is there a nice way to:
1. delete images/attachments of a page from within the editor?
2. a nice way to use the powerfull drag&drop funcionality in combination of the existing versioning feature for attachments in confluence?
P.S. Verry cool and usefull website you have here :)
If you're looking for a way to upload an image once and use it on several pages, then I don't believe there is a way to do that. As far as I know Confluence forces you to attach an image to each page it will be used for.
If there is a way around that I have not been able to find it.
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