So Gmail has rolled out their new compose update to my company's Google Apps account. I've found the drag and drop function of Gmail to be really convenient in the past as I'm always attaching PDFs, Zip files and images to emails.
Gmail didn't get rid of this function in the new Compose rollout. They did, however change how images attach. Now if you drag and drop an image into a new email it'll insert it into the body of the email itself, it won't attach it like it would another filetype. In order to attach an image to the email you need to manually click the attachment button and find the image file.
This is really inconvenient for me. I'd much rather just drag and drop the images into the email and have it attach itself, not insert into the body. Does anyone know of any way to disable this?