Inline images in RTFM

Hi all, searching past threads a year or so old had no replies on this
one. Has anyone figured out how to make inline images in RTFM? Ideally
I’m looking for online documentation with screenshots along the way
throughout the article.

Various wiki and html tags I’ve tried seem to not allow images in that
wikitext field. Help! Thanks,

Scott

Scott Miller wrote:

Hi all, searching past threads a year or so old had no replies on this
one. Has anyone figured out how to make inline images in RTFM? Ideally
I’m looking for online documentation with screenshots along the way
throughout the article.

Various wiki and html tags I’ve tried seem to not allow images in that
wikitext field. Help! Thanks,

I have hacked, I think, the module RTFM depends on or else something in
RTFM itself. Can’t remember the exact name right now and removed what
looks like some kind of protection or some force blocking of HTML. After
that ANY html is allowed also img, http by directly inserting the html
tags. In that way I’m able to reference attachments from Tickets which
then display fine in RTFM for example.

I wrote about this some time ago this year so you should be able to find
it else let me know and I’ll try to dig this up from our test environment.

Regards,

Joop

I have hacked, I think, the module RTFM depends on or else something in RTFM
itself. Can’t remember the exact name right now and removed what looks like
some kind of protection or some force blocking of HTML. After that ANY html
is allowed also img, http by directly inserting the html tags. In that way
I’m able to reference attachments from Tickets which then display fine in
RTFM for example.

I wrote about this some time ago this year so you should be able to find it
else let me know and I’ll try to dig this up from our test environment.

Regards,

Joop

Thank you I commented out the entire line

% $content = $m->comp(’/Elements/ScrubHTML’, Content => $content);

in this file (I’m on Ubuntu 9.10)

/usr/share/request-tracker3.8/html/Elements/ShowCustomFieldWikitext

And now I have html, with images inline in my RTFM!

So far so good, but I’ll continue testing.

Scott