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ST4

Sublime Text package for quick insertion of many images into markdown document

## Details

• 0.2.0
• github.​com
• github.​com
• 3 months ago
• 42 minutes ago
• 2 months ago

## Installs

• Total 39
• Win 27
• Mac 9
• Linux 3
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# Image Link Insertion for Sublime Text

Simple helper for inserting images into (not only) markdown documents for Sublime Text.

This is a port of my Atom package to Sublime Text 4. It requires at least Sublime Text 4075.

## Usage

1. Click ToolsInsert images as markup.
2. Select images using the dialogue that will open.

Inserted code can be customized in settings.

## Customization

You can adjust any of the supported configuration keys in the editor-wide settings (accessible via PreferencesPackage SettingsImage Link InsertionSettings).

You can also override the options for individual projects or views, based on active syntax – in those cases, follow the same syntax as the package settings but nest it under image-link-insertion key (for projects, also under the settings key):

// These settings override both User and Default settings for the LaTeX syntax
{