I have a problem referencing a image in my wiki using mardown...https://github.com/ejgutierrez74/MyBilliards/wiki
Here is my repo: https://github.com/ejgutierrez74/MyBilliards
Welcome to the MyBilliards wiki! La meva primera imatge Es veu: ![Billiards](https://github.com/ejgutierrez74/MyBilliards/blob/master/American(1024x585).jpg) ![Billiards JPG](../master/American(1024x585).jpg)
So i have an image in my root folder, if i get the url link in the first call, it works... But id prefer to work with local paths
like in the second call... Second call dont work and i have tried lots ( none of them works)..
I also would like to put all the images in a folder called documentImages and get all the images from it, just to mainteance and have some order.
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But its complicated as you can wrote a markdown document in local using ( image.jpg, local urls) and when you work/upload the documents to the wiki you have to update all the links using:
If its not a bug, could be considered as a feature request, to use the same url in local and remote repos
( username, repo and blob, master can be added by default in images urls)
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This one doesnt work for me, but still think that to be in the same line and avoid some extra-work, the natural way is writing the same code locally than the wiki....
So ( images/American.jpg) should work and Github add USERNAME, REPO, blob, master, whatever is needed.... ( think of an assignment with 100 images or more....) It seems not very difficult to implement this. Just a thought and a request.
Thank for your work and help