Bug - Wiki and Help Markdown Image Parser

I’d like to see .wiki support images like .md.

.md:

   [[images/myimage.jpg]]
   [[/images/myimage.jpg]]

   ![](../../blob/master/images/myimage.jpg)

.wiki:

   [[images/myimage.jpg]]
   [[/images/myimage.jpg]]

 - markdown `!()[]` syntax will not work

Linking to images in a repository

You can link to an image in a repository on GitHub by copying the URL in your browser and using that as the path to the image. For example, embedding an image in your wiki using Markdown might look like this:

[[https://github.com/USERNAME/REPOSITORY/blob/main/img/octocat.png|alt=octocat]]

eg: !['Example Image'](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiki/schroef/extra-image-list/images/extra-image-list.jpg)

Interestingly the following works but the first example does not render in preview and there are rendering problems on this site.


.md:

![demo0](images/logo_design.png)

`![demo0](images/logo_design.png)`

.

![demo1](https://github.com/flywire/Test/wiki/images/logo_design.png)

`![demo1](https://github.com/flywire/Test/wiki/images/logo_design.png)`

** .wiki:**

[[images/logo_design.png]]

`[[images/logo_design.png]]`

.

[[https://github.com/flywire/Test/wiki/images/logo_design.png]]

`[[https://github.com/flywire/Test/wiki/images/logo_design.png]]`

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The image I already download through the Google. Image in my phone. How I can insert or add any website link into this image ?