Hi! If I put an image in markdown using an attached file, it is not displayed in the shared page. May be I do something wrong?
Thanks for the heads up, I created a new ticket for this issue, but we need to think on how to properly implement it.
PS: we are also aware of embedded (
!(attachment:image.png) files, and they are also not supported at the moment.
Hi again @igro !
You seem to do a super work. Thank you for the answer, I’m sure your team will find a nice solution. For now, I simply shared the workspace with my boss. Seem like he like it, so its all good.
Keep up the good work, markdown features are a must. Since the notebook can be exported in Latex, the notebook (and your collaboration tools) help me to produce articles with people that don’t know the language. For me, datalore is on the right way to be a nice tool!
As a temporary solution, it’s still possible to embed images from python:
from IPython.display import Image Image(filename='image.png')
Images embedded this way are inserted into the notebook outputs in base64 so they don’t depend on any external resources
Thank you for mentioning it! I guessed so, since it’s also missing feature in Jupyter if you want to export in HTML.
Still, I would argue it’s a problem even in the default Jupyter Notebook. That job should not be passed trough Python, but when the notebook is exported. The markdown image feature work in the notebook and while exporting in Latex and PDF. I don’t see why it would not be supported for HTML export.
No worries, all your requests are valid and help us to build a better tool.
So, please keep asking!