JEditor stores uploaded images in the regular Attachments folder (including those pasted by Ctrl-V). For example default path in 32-bit windows installation would be: "C:\Program Files\Atlassian\Application Data\JIRA\data\attachments". To check your attachments path go to JIRA administration > System > Advanced > Attachments.
This is also important to know that Firefox may store some pasted images as base64 (these images are embedded into HTML document). JEditor 1.5.40+ doesn't allow Firefox to paste images as base64 (because it doesn't handle them well after) and forces uploading.
I hope that helps. If you have any other questions please feel free to ask.
This is correct when you try to paste a local image file into JEditor. Your browser won't let it happen.
If you paste an image (e.g. make a screenshot) JEditor will be able to handle it in webkit/gecko browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox and etc).
If you need any information regarding JEditor or interested in better compatibility with JEMH please feel free to contact us directly: email@example.com.
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