Guildenstern last edited by
For some strange reason, I can't insert images on my Markdown texts. I've been using Markdown for years now but it seems there's something that I'm not doing right here. I'm afraid the problem is with the image path, but I've even tried Internet urls and it doesn't work. So, I've resorted to coming here as a last chance to recover my sanity. Anyway, my process for inserting an image is:
- If my document is in folder "Folder", import the image "img.jpg" on "Folder/images".
- Then, on my document, I type ![Image](images/img.jpg). As I said, I've also tried inserting internet urls and absolute urls, just in case that was the problem.
- I then go to the preview... but I just get a box with the text "Image". And it's driving me crazy.
I know that I must be doing something wrong and it's going to be stupid. I just can't see where and now I feel stupid.
dgelessus last edited by
Strange, I just tried inserting an image like you're describing, and I had no issues with either local paths or Internet URLs. Both are displayed correctly in the preview pane.
Can you try force-quitting Editorial and see if that changes anything? If not, try making a new empty .md file and see if images work there.