rengel
There we go again...

1. Copy an image into the notes area of one thought.
2. Mark that image.
3. Copy it (Ctrl-C) or cut it out (Ctrl-X).
4. Activate another thought.
6. Try to paste the image into its notes area (Ctrl-V, or Edit|Paste)
7. Nada. The image is not pasted...
Reinhard, TB 11.0.98.0, WIN 10

Quality is the result of attention paid to details.
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mcaton
Reinhard,

Thank you for posting.  I've been trying to replicate this issue, but so far, I have been unable to do so.

Could you please do the following test for us to review.

  1. Paste your image on Thought A (should work fine)
  2. Copy and paste on Thought B (replicates the problem)
  3. Go back to Thought A and click on View > Code View.  
  4. Copy and paste the code into a document
  5. Do the same for Thought B.

Please label the documents accordingly and send them our way.  I'm interested in seeing the difference in the code as to why the image shows up on Thought A and not on Thought B.  Something different is being pasted or modified that is altering the result on Thought B.

Thank you,
Matt Caton
TheBrain Technologies

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rengel
Matt,

I created a brand new Brain and inserted two thoughts, Thought A and Thought B.
I started with Edit|Capture to clipboard, and the pasted the image into the notes editor. Then in 'View > Code View' of Thought A, the code looked as follows:
 
<p><img alt="" src="file:///D:/Benutzer/Reinhard/AppData/Local/Temp/image8240378379243694486.png" width="481" height="169" /></p>
 
<p></p>

Then I went back to Design View, marked the image, and copied it by Ctrl-C.
Then I activated Thought B and tried to paste the image into the Notes Editor (by Ctrl-V).
The image was not pasted. In 'View > Code View' of Thought B, the code looked as follows:

<p></p>

Nothing else! What bothers me is that the source of Thought A references the image file in my Local/Temp directory, but the  actual image is saved in 

...\CopyTest_brain\Files\2AF1142E-AC2D-FD52-4561-94C953AF5756\PersonalBrain Notes

That means that the Code of Thought A does not point to the saved picture in the Brain.

Reinhard

Reinhard, TB 11.0.98.0, WIN 10

Quality is the result of attention paid to details.
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pthompson
Reinhard,

I've also tried replicating this without any luck (or bad luck, I suppose [frown]). Are you sure that when you "mark" the image before copying, it is in fact "marked", as indicated by this outline and black squares around the image:

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rengel
Yes, definitely. The image was marked as shown in your picture.
I'll observe this behavior a little more...

Thanks!
Reinhard

Reinhard, TB 11.0.98.0, WIN 10

Quality is the result of attention paid to details.
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