The size of icon of attachment is too too too large then needed actually.
Here is one of example:
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In reply to EdWalker:
Hi Ed Walker,
This is Keelung and I'm in holiday too.
It's better to add a boundary to attached pictures to help for distinguish between attached pictures and frame's context.
In reply to Keelung Yang:
Hi Keelung - we plan to have this improved by Q2 of this year - thanks, Jim
Hello again Keerlung,
Just FYI, we discussed this in your previous post on Dec 9: https://e2e.ti.com/support/site-support/f/1024/p/962916/3557589 . The quick and easy way to reduce the large icon is described in that thread:
after the file has been inserted and the large image appears, right-click on the image, then click the "Show Link Only"
In reply to LeonardEllis:
Thanks for your reponse! Most of site issues aren't emergent, like this. So I can wait or bypass until they're fixed. Thanks again!
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