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Hi @Alisha

I have tested this on my instance and I can get it to work using this format: 

[[Image:https://www.phplist.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/read-black.png|40px|link=https://www.phplist.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/read-black.png]]

I have put it into the description of a label field, which looks like this:

image.png

 

This provides the image as a clickable link which will open a new tab with the image in its original size within Progressive Capture. For the above string it should be as simple as changing the image path for your images.

Kind regards

Conor

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Thank you @Conor!

That is interesting - I have been using File: to insert images.

I have just tried what you suggested and it downloads the image rather than opening it in a new tab. The only difference is, I used a Multi line text field rather than a Label, and I put the picture in the 'Default Value' and made the field read only.

I tried putting the image in the Description box, like you have done, but it also downloads the image.

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Hi @Alisha

I have been playing around with this and I cannot seem to get the image to download...

From my testing it looks like File: and Image: doesn't seem to make a difference. The label or multiline text box with a default value of the image in the capture config seems to work in the same way too...

What is the image you are trying to link to i.e. is it a URL of an image? If you tried the image I mentioned does that also download? - https://www.phplist.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/read-black.png

The only other thing I can think of is the browser - which browser are you using?

Thanks
Conor

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Thank you for your help with this @Conor.

I swapped my link with yours and it opens in a new tab. It appears that there is a global setting in house to download the image rather than open it in a new tab, so we won't be able to get it to work unfortunately. (I was using a link to an image on our Intranet.)

Thanks for your time on this. :)

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