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how can i keep the original size for a picture ?

Hi i'm a new user of confluence,


I created a page in confluence editor with some pictures and all seems good.


But in the navigator all the pictures are resized (very large) and it's impossible to read it...


is there on option somewhere to activate ?


Thank you 


jean Bernard



6 answers

I'm also hunting for this answer. In older versions of Confluence we had an option to select the original image size:

Now we have grab bars on the side which are forcing my image to rescale and look blurry.

Am I missing something?

Yeah, I'm also suffering from this. Please fix it.

Please fix, especially in the art line of work this is unacceptable, do not work at all

The same here, how the heck can we add diagrams at their original size?

2022 now, still the same problem.

I have found out that pasting the image, usually inserts it in its original size; if it is added by file, it won't.

I'm looking for a solution for this too. When the images are scaled, they don't look as crisp as their original size.

It's quite annoying to the point of avoiding converting the pages to the new style.

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