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Click-to-zoom feature for images [duplicate]

What would you think of adding a click-to-zoom feature to images by default? It could look like lightbox or fancybox. This really is something different from the post that was suggested as a duplicate:...
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Modal for images in Stack Exchange community? [duplicate]

I've noticed that these forums do lack a LightBox for the images posted by users. When I click an image in a question to view the full size, it will simply open the image in the parent window, ...
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I cannot navigate back to question from Image page [duplicate]

When there is an attached image in a question on any SE site, clicking on it opens it in a full screen mode. There is no way to redirect back to the question unless you press browser's back button. ...
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Auto zoom of screenshot in questions [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Support showing image in original size in overlay There are many sites with auto-zooming feature (lightbox) of screenshot/pic (e.g facebook), why can't we implement the same ...
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Formatting Sandbox

Notes: Answers will occasionally be moved to the Sandbox archive when there are too many of them. When using them to report bugs, keep an eye on the post. This site, Meta Stack Exchange, is usually ...
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What's the recommended syntax for an image with a link?

What's the recommended syntax for an image with a hyperlink? I tried doing it with the markdown toolbar buttons and the image and link buttons conflict with each other, so I had to resort to HTML. For ...
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Two ways of adding images? What is the difference?

The insert image button works like this: [![enter image description here][1]][1] [1]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/zVL6w.png Display: But this shorter code does the same thing (I couldn't spot a ...
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What happened to the image syntax? [duplicate]

I have noticed recently that the syntax for an image has changed recently. What I remember (and still works) is this: ![Image description][2] But now, it looks like this: [![Image description][2]][...
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Markdown for images [duplicate]

Just curious here. According to the help center, you can use this markdown for images: ![sample image](http://example.com/img.jpg) And if we want, we can also use the "reference" format for images ...
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Extra square brackets and numbers when using automated link or add picture feature in questions and answers

I have recently noticed that when using the automated feature to add links, or to add images: That instead of getting: ![enter image description here][2] You get: [![enter image description here][...
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Can we make imgur-resized pictures default to linking to the full image?

I already know about using s, m, or l at the end of my Imgur link to generate a thumbnail. Almost always when I do this, I want the thumbnail to link to the original image, so all my images end up ...
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Images should be automatically rescaled and the full size linked or put into a lightbox

The current image handling is minimal, there is no rescaling a all and the full image is simply scaled to the width of the post. This works well until you have images that are wider than the 640px ...
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Markdown when inserting images strange [duplicate]

I have inserted three images in my superuser question - see revision 2. The links were all inserted as [![enter image description here][1]][1]. It seems to work fine, but I would expect simpler ...
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Markdown images should clickable by default

Imagine a person posting a diagram within a Stack Exchange question. Typically they wind up with markdown like this: ### ![enter image description here][1] [1]: http://i.stack.imgur.com/TvhYx.jpg ...
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Can image links have different style from regular images?

Image links and regular images look exactly alike, making it difficult for someone to figure out that there's a link there. I'd like to suggest a minor style change, something like: http://jsfiddle....

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