As I'm creating a page with a couple images I found that some small images with actual pixel size on the page still can be clicked to be viewed in an image preview where they show in exactly the same size!
Which is super pointless... If you actually make the image bigger on the page it will end up smaller in the preview!!! So of course: Those ones don't need to be clickable!! How to turn that off?
here in the comments Magali Sourbes asks:
But the reply was:
Not that I'm aware of (at least without breaking other stuff). You could try asking in answers."
So here I am! haven't found anything solid yet. But I actually have a workaround! It's a bit hacky but at least it works: use HTML macro to show the image! on you page you want to edit:
So .. I just saw: You might also use the HTML img macro! But still:
Having a checkbox:
[ ] show in Image Preview Popup
would be quite nice! Or even having small images with actual pixel size not popping up in a preview..
I wrote a user macro for this - it just creates an <img> tag based on the name of an attachment you specify.
## Macro Name: simple-image ## Macro Title: Simple Image ## Body processing: No macro body ## ## Author: Richard Gee ## ## @param Attachment:title=Attachment|type=string|required=true|desc=Name of attachment to show ## #set($attach = $attachmentManager.getAttachmentDownloadPath($content, $paramAttachment)) <img src="$!attach" />
Just attach the image in the normal way, but then delete the standard image control and use the one above to display it instead.
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