I’m looking for a way (or plugin) that makes embedded images ‘clickable’ so that one can easily show them “full size” while having them embedded at smaller size in reading mode.
Use case: I often take protocol notes of my work including screenshots at full 4k resolution. I embed and display them with smaller size to have a “thumbnail” like link in my notes. However, when reading the notes, I want to be able to “blow up” the image to full size temporally to see details and then quickly return to my notes.
I know that I can CTRL click the link in edit mode to navigate to the file, but I want to be able to do that in reading mode, plus: It would be nice to open the image in a separate window that can just be closed.
I’d be fine using a plugin.
Also: I’m primarily using this on the desktop.
Embedding images like below to have a link with the image as workaround.
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Adding the Link to the image as cilck-link of the image (didn’t work):
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