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02/22/2018 01:16:18 AM (4 years ago)
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raajtram
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  • Ticket #40123, comment 4

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    11I feel like there should be a better way to allow copying the data for the uploaded files.
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    3 In its present state, to copy the media's URL, you need to right-click and copy the Image URL and that URL is the thumbnail size (150x150 by default) which involves one more step of editing the URL manually.
     3In its present state, to copy the media's URL, you need to right-click and copy the Image URL and that URL is for the thumbnail size (150x150 by default) which involves one more step of editing the URL manually.
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    55[[Image(http://share.raajtram.com/phZh/Screen%20Recording%202018-02-21%20at%2007.42%20PM.gif)]]
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    7 To copy/edit any other attributes of the media, you need to click on the "Edit" link which then is a _blank link.
     7To copy/edit any other attributes of the media, you need to click on the "Edit" link which is a _blank link.
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    9 While the use for direct URLs might not be very popular for image, users do need directly URLs for media such as PDFs and ZIP files.
     9While the use for direct URLs might not be very popular for images, users do need direct URLs for media such as PDFs and ZIP files.
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    1111A good solution IMO would be to divide the media-item div into columns of data (URL, ID, SIZE?) for the uploaded media