My designer is having troubles viewing PNG image files while working with the Confluence online site. He's working on a Mac. He sees them just fine in edit or proview mode, but when he saves the changes and views the result, the images aren't showing up. I am working on a windows machine however, and I can see the image files just fine. Any ideas?
Please double check if the images have extensions on their names (eg. png, .jpg). Basically Unix understands an image even if the file does not have an extension, or if this extension is wrong (a jpg with a png extention). Windows do not understand that and will try to interpret the file as it stands on its name.
Hope it helps!
Hi Bruna. My designer tells me that all of his images have extensions. The only thing he's noticed is that Confluence seems to want to preview images in the insert image dialog box before inserting them on the page...but the spinning wheel just keeps spinning. He just clicked to insert anyway. Not sure if that means anything here....but thought we'd share it.
Also - he's running on Mac OS X 10.7.5 and Safari 6.0.5. He says it seems to work slightly better in Firefox...but Safari used to work. Does he need a plug-in refresh or update or something?
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