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IPS4 makes it simpler to upload images, I thought it was enough before... but recently I saw some comments that we should have the option to paste the images.

Allowing to paste the image is really cool, and after some searching, I find this ckeditor plugins: http://alfonsoml.blogspot.com/p/simpleuploads-plugin-for-ckeditor.html, with following features...

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There is a wide number of enhancements performed, some might be subtle and useful for the developer, others are focused on the end user.
For the user

  • Allows pasting an image directly into the document
  • Allows drag&drop from the computer to the document
  • Provides toolbar buttons to upload files and images with the minimum number of steps.
  • Enhance the dialogs with drag&drop uploads
  • Replace the QuickUpload option in the dialogs, now it only requires to select a file without any extra step
  • Show upload progress and cancel, as well as preview of images or file size for documents

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This is really cool, isn't it?

I am just curious if IPS can only add similar features in the feature release?

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1 hour ago, Joel R said:

If its a plugin for CKEditor that means you can add it in right now.  

Yes, but I am wondering if IPS plans to implement this...

I am also conerned that if this plugins supports IPS implemented file upload system. :p 

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4 hours ago, icedream said:

IPS4 makes it simpler to upload images, I thought it was enough before... but recently I saw some comments that we should have the option to paste the images.

Allowing to paste the image is really cool, and after some searching, I find this ckeditor plugins: http://alfonsoml.blogspot.com/p/simpleuploads-plugin-for-ckeditor.html, with following features...

This is really cool, isn't it?

I am just curious if IPS can only add similar features in the feature release?

Keep an eye on http://ckeditor.com/addon/pastebase64 for CKEditor 4.5 compatibility.

Or http://ckeditor.com/addon/base64image

Although, may be an issue if IPS4 strips base64 content upon submission.

 

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