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Behavior of images embedded in page

Martin Kniffin March 19, 2023

Hi -- 

I often take a lot of screenshots and paste them into a confluence page for documentation. It is friendly that I can set the width to keep the document somewhat neat, however this means that I'm sometimes making images too small to see well.

Sometimes in confluence, I can click an image and get a bigger version -- it treats the image as a preview / thumbnail and then you can "blow it up." This is desirable -- I can keep the document neat, and then users can click an image to see a larger version.

Is there a way to control this behavior? 


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Andy Gladstone
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March 21, 2023

@Martin Kniffin Welcome to the Atlassian Community. Not all files that are able to be added to pages can be previewed in the way you describe. The documentation for this feature can be found here:

Let me know if any of the image file types listed are giving you issues, otherwise this should be your guide for how to make the feature best work for you.

I hope this helps. Good luck!

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