I think if a lot of us have some pictures that we're going to use frequently in our posts, it might be a good idea to allow the creation of personal picture galleries so Narrative can save some space on its servers and the rest of us can save some time uploading pictures all the time.
I get inconsistent results when adding horizontal photos to posts. Some of them remain aligned with the left and right borders of the text, while others have some padding. Vertical photos seem all to have the same padding. This is especially annoying when multiple photos are there, and even more, for the first image, that should exploit the whole width, for more impact. Example here: https://www.narrative.org/post/apple-store-in-milan I took care of pasting plain text (from Windows notepad),...
Hi Vico, We've already had that reported thank you, but hopefully you can help us track down the issue. I think you said that you're on a Windows PC, not on mobile? Firefox, Chrome, or edge/IE? Which pictures are not full size but should be? They all look like nice pictures to me and some look as though they should be vertically oriented Which ones in specific are not correct?
I should have added more context, indeed, @David Dreezer . I'm using Chrome on Windows. You can't notice the issue with low window width, but enlarging the window, the margin around the picture appears. In the mentioned post , the first picture has left and right margins. The second and the third has not. Inspecting the HTML, I now see that maybe the problem can be in the image wrapper. The div and span that wrap the first image both force a width different than the other images. Reduced...
They all look fine on Android Brave, but only the cover(first and horizontal) image is shrunk in Desktop Mode. I see this image has a caption, the rest don't. All the vertical images are the same size and padding on the sides should be stronger because they are different dimensions from horizontal images.
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