I have downloaded and installed Obsidian 0.12.19. I do not have any installed plugins.
The first step I did was try to import markdown export from Joplin, when I noticed issues. To recreate this, I started with a new vault and hand created a file to demonstrate the problem.
Based on the documentation at https://help.obsidian.md/How+to/Embed+files I would expect that
![My Image](my image.jpg) would embed an image in the page.
- Download an image to test, such as https://www.si.edu/object/banded-iron:nmnhmineralsciences_1369368 (CC0)
- Create a copy of the image with a space in the file name
- Create a file with the following syntax:
## Example 1 - without spaces Here is an example of embedding the image without spaces: ![[NMNH-2007-15229_BandedIron-000002.jpg]] ## Example 2 - without spaces, using the `()` syntax ![NMNH-2007-15229_BandedIron-000002.jpg](NMNH-2007-15229_BandedIron-000002.jpg) ## Exam![Screen Shot 2021-11-28 at 2.12.03 PM|432x500, 100%](upload://tleNm3wmH760OQk3HD7ObXi7XoY.jpeg) ple 3 - with spaces ![[NMNH 2007-15229_BandedIron-000002.jpg]] ## Example 4 - with spaces, using the `()` syntax ![NMNH 2007-15229_BandedIron-000002.jpg](NMNH 2007-15229_BandedIron-000002.jpg)
For example 4, the image does not display correctly.
- Operating system: macOS Monterey
- Obsidian version: 0.12.19
I’ve attached a screenshot of what Obsidian shows in preview
I’ve attached the actual markdown file that I created in Obsidian, and the image file I used. It will not let me upload a duplicate of the “NMNH” image with a space in it, because the shasum is identicial to the first.To recreate against the
Image File Spaces Test.md file you will need to duplicate it and create a copy with the name
Image File Spaces Test.md (975 Bytes)
Thanks for taking a look.