Feature #15296

Include image thumbnails with PDF export

Added by Johannes Neubauer about 4 years ago. Updated about 1 year ago.

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Description

I have a page with a thumbnail of an attached image. In the wiki it shows correctly:

Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013.png

When I export this as a PDF it looks like this:

Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013.pdf

The HTML export does it wrong too (it adds a link to a file with absolute path and the attached file is not downloaded!)

Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013.html

Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013.png - Example image (127 KB) Johannes Neubauer, 2013-11-07 18:19

Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013.pdf (306 KB) Johannes Neubauer, 2013-11-07 18:22

Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013.html Magnifier (1.28 KB) Johannes Neubauer, 2013-11-07 18:23

Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013-3.pdf (306 KB) Johannes Neubauer, 2013-11-07 18:34

Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013_safari_export.pdf (142 KB) Johannes Neubauer, 2013-11-07 18:41


Related issues

Duplicated by Redmine - Defect #23463: Inline images with custom CSS style are not displayed in ... Closed

History

#1 Updated by Johannes Neubauer about 4 years ago

My image link seems to be wrong above. So here again:
Example image

#2 Updated by Johannes Neubauer about 4 years ago

Even if I don't use the thumbnail macro like this (works in the wiki-view):

p=. !{width: 600px}Database_legend.png!

It does not work:
Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013-3.pdf

#3 Updated by Johannes Neubauer about 4 years ago

Even the standard export of Safari looks "better" (has the image):
Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013_safari_export.pdf

#4 Updated by Mischa The Evil about 4 years ago

  • Tracker changed from Defect to Feature
  • Subject changed from PDF export of Wiki-Sites does not contain thumbnails to Include image thumbnails with PDF export
  • Description updated (diff)

I have fixed the description. You were using a reference to image "Database_legend.png" while you've uploaded "Project_Report_JN_0925_1025_2013.png". You can see that when using the correct filename it's possible to make use of the thumbnail macro here on redmine.org.
Are you able to edit your note-1 to remove the duplication of the image?

Also, this not only applies to wiki page pdf export but also to other pdf exports, esp. like issue pdf export. So I've changed the subject to be more generic.

I'll change the tracker too. This hasn't been part of any (public) design or whatsoever for the implemented pdf export features as far as I know.

#5 Updated by Johannes Neubauer about 4 years ago

I couldn't edit my post, I knew that I did something wrong with the name of the file (that's why I posted it again). But using the thumbnail feature seems not to work in the tracker: during a 'save' it says that the macro is not available, but with !! and the {width=600px} css it worked. But this would be another bug, wouldn't it?

#6 Updated by henk jansen over 1 year ago

Johannes Neubauer wrote:

I couldn't edit my post, I knew that I did something wrong with the name of the file (that's why I posted it again). But using the thumbnail feature seems not to work in the tracker: during a 'save' it says that the macro is not available, but with !! and the {width=600px} css it worked. But this would be another bug, wouldn't it?

Is there any update on this i have the same issue.

#7 Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA over 1 year ago

  • Duplicated by Defect #23463: Inline images with custom CSS style are not displayed in exported PDF added

#8 Updated by Zer Guz about 1 year ago

+1

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