Plugins Directory » Paste screenshots into body of Issue - as images
|Registered on:||2013-11-29 (over 8 years ago)|
|Compatible with:||Redmine 3.3.x, 3.2.x, 3.1.x, 3.0.x, 2.6.x, 2.5.x, 2.4.x|
Paste screenshots into body of Issue - as images¶
UPDATE August 2015: have moved github souce to this fork - as seems to work better with newer Redmine versions (see forum #40491):
See pictures of the PlugIn in use, pasting images directly into an issue:
This plugin was a show-stopper for us - without it we can not interest our users in a move to RedMine! They say 'a screenshot paints a 1000 words'! And they often have many screenshots, with text for each one explaining some detail - that use case means that the images must be mixed in with text: (images attached as file attachments at the bottom, is just no good)
Note: the paste works all all three possibilities: raising a new Issue, 'Update' of an issue, and in a 'Comment' to an issue.
Also see the Help Desk Plugin for which it was first used:
Also see plugin that handles images on inbound emails (eg to the HelpDesk above:) placing screenshots into the right place in the generated issues (ie NOT stripping them into file attachments)
a) Does NOT make the screenshot an attachment at the page foot - but as visible within the page, where you pasted it:¶
so allows you to enter text, then paste a screenshot, then enter more text, then another screenshot etc - all in the one Issue/comment.
This is something that no other plugin we searched for could do.
This means it will only work on browsers supporting 'clipboardData' object - so this excludes Firefox version 22 onwards.
Other plugins, that don't do the same¶
http://www.redmine.org/plugins/clipboard_image_paste Just attaches the images, doesn't show them within the Issue body: and it also forces uses of Java too.
http://www.redmine.org/plugins/image_uploader_2_2_2 - this just uploads images you already have as files on your file-system, by browsing and find them, and then upload - that's not as quick as 'screenshot and paste'.
http://www.redmine.org/plugins/redmine_attach_screenshot_2 - it does not insert them as images into the page, but as attachment files to the page it seems.
Note: Aug 2015:¶
changed source GitHub fork, previously used to be this fork:
which no longer supported Redmine 3.x etc
PPS: dj jones is not the plugin author:¶
just the person who helped get momentum behind this useful plugin in 2013: and put up this page.
Compatible with Redmine 3.3.x, 3.2.x, 3.1.x, 3.0.x, 2.6.x, 2.5.x, 2.4.x.
tested on 3.3.1 says the Github page
Compatible with Redmine 3.1.x.
thorin's fork works on 3.1 says user: Jason Harris.
Compatible with Redmine 2.3.x.
Compatible with Redmine 2.5.x.