I'm having an issue with images which I have attached to issues, they do not display when using the exclamation mark wiki markup notationin. I have enabled wiki style rendering and double checked everything on the atlassian doco pages.
I can link to the attachment using this form of the wiki markup:
Although when I try and reference the attached image file with either of these notations I get nothing, it doesn't even change text colour to red:
Here is an image of what I see, the same happens for description fields with the renderer set. As you can see the square brackets notation is linking to the attachments corrrectly although the image links are not.
I don't receive any errors in the server log. I am using Jira "6.0.8", tried on both Java 1.7 and 1.6. OS Windows Server 2k8 r2.
Any help with this will be much appreciated.
Still the same. We updated to *v6.3.12#6343*. thumbnail won't appear. But with a '* ' or '# ' (list) in front of it, it works.
Global settings '*Enable Thumbnails*' is on:
Ermöglicht die Erstellung von Miniaturbildern von Bildanhängen.
We have the same problem (JIRA 6.1.5 running on Ubuntu Java 1.7) but I found a *workaround*: Put first a numbering, that means the number sign *#*. After that your !myjpg.jpg|thumbnail! - expression. The attachment (picture) must have name like '*.jpg', that means it is case sensitive. Attachments like '*JPG' doesn't work, although you write *!myjpg.jpg|thumbnail!* or !myjpg.JPG|thumbnail!*
Have you verified if the 'Enable Thumbnails' field has been set 'ON' in
Administration >> Global Settings >> Attachments.
It might be the case!
It's been a long time since anyone last made a comment here, but it might be good for future references!
Quite old thread but Google brought me here instead of https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/image-attachments-are-not-displayed-inline-in-wiki-renderer-fields-723518199.html
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