how can i directly insert another website images into my wiki

Hello:

I am doing some doc in chinese based on the open souce wiki from https://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/AST/Bridges, but some images from the wiki has no image address or link. I have to save it and upload to my wiki, it waste my time. how could I directly to do that? 

thanks!

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James, 

The only way I know to do it more fast is using copy and paste.

If you can't copy and paste then you should use the snipping tool of Windows. :/

But this is more fast because you don't need save the images. 

Regards.

If the images are on a web server, you can insert them directly:

image2016-6-1 9:38:49.png

Milo,

 

"the wiki has no image address or link" james zhu.

 

He haven't the image address.

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