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Imgur does not provide a direct link to images any more. Still. You have a couple of alternatives: Alternative 1 Right-click on the image and choose Open Image in New Tab Once the image is opened, copy the image address Alternative 2 Right-click on the image and choose Copy Image Address Alternative 3 After you uploaded the image click on the little arrow ...


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Further to the other answers: within the Description, you can also embed images that have been added as attachments to the card. (Note: this will only work in the description, and not in comments.) Right-click on the attachment image and select "Copy Link Address" In the Description, enter the following: ![](link address goes here) e.g. ![](https://...


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I'm not sure about the Chrome Application, but you can access your "Keeps" directly by navigating to https://keep.google.com From there find the note that contains your image... Open the note Click the image (to display just the image) Right mouse and "Save image as..." (in Chrome) This saved the original (8mp) image for me, not a reduced-for-web version ...


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The marked answer is old and is no longer correct. Click Arrange → Insert → Insert Image.


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You can download everything via https://www.google.com/settings/takeout Click the blue Create an archive button Uncheck the Select all checkbox to uncheck everything, and then check just the Google Photos box. You can click on Edit on this line, but the default is to download all your albums. Click the red Create Archive button. Wait You'll receive email ...


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You were close with the query string... You can request a specific "kitten" by using the image URL parameter with the number of the "kitten". For example: http://placekitten.com/200/300?image=12 There appears to be 16 kittens numbered 1 to 16. Image 0 seems to show the same kitten as number 5. (?) A number > 16 returns kitten 16. Reference: http://...


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There is a Google Slides add-on for this: Slides Toolbox. It allows you to select multiple photos at once from Google Drive and imports them each as a new slide. No idea who the developer is but it works for this task, it has other features I have not tried.


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Update: since May 2014 it is now possible to edit the date and time for individual photos on Google+. By heading to the photo details pane in the lightbox, you'll notice that the data next to "Date taken" is now clickable. When pressed, you are greeted with a popup in which you can edit the date and time stored in the photo's metadata. ...


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Not Google, but similar. Yandex Translate has image upload using desktop web browsers. https://translate.yandex.com/ocr I use this in a Flotato browser which enables me to quickly translate screen grabs without them accumulating on my hard drive (because the screen grab is automatically deleted after I've dragged it onto the Yandex/Flotato window).


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Install ImageMagick (great open source software) Save your presentation to pdf: File > Download as... > PDF Document (.pdf) Convert the pdf to multiple png files using ImageMagick's convert command: convert your_presentation.pdf your_slide_%03d.png Done! :) This will create one png file per slide, named your_slide_000.png, your_slide_001.png, etc. If you ...


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You cannot add an image as a logo of a GitHub repository, but README.md does not require adding the image to the repository as you can use external images as well, e.g.: ![Logo](http://francky.me/images/quora001.png)


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When posting to Twitter, Google+ or Facebook, the only logo that will come through is the image attached to the owner or organisation that owns the repository. As such, to edit what that logo is, you will have to update the linked Gravatar image attached to the email on that owner or organisation account. You could add an image to the repo itself, but ...


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It doesn't appear as though you can do it from the web app. However, you can do it from the iOS and Android Twitter apps. In each of those mobile apps, when you paste a link into a draft tweet, there will be an X in a black circle in the upper right corner of the preview. Click the X to remove the preview (but keep the link). Android: iOS:


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If you have access to MS PowerPoint, one option is to save the Docs presentation as a .ppt, and then use the Save As option from PowerPoint which does have "all slides" option.


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Now it's possible under the repository settings. https://github.blog/2019-04-17-custom-open-graph-images-for-repositories/


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The purely Google approach I use is: Upload the image to your Google Drive Right click image and choose Open with > Google Docs A new document will be created containing the image and extracted text In Google Docs choose Tools > Translate document... and choose your target language A second document will be created with the translated text Done!


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From the New TOS, everything you upload "belongs" to them: With regard to any file or content you upload to the public portions of our site, you grant Imgur a non-exclusive, royalty- free, perpetual, irrevocable worldwide license (with sublicense and assignment rights) to use, to display online and in any present or future media, to create derivative ...


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This is related to a feature called Twitter Cards. After the site owner inserts specific meta tags to the page and validates it via Twitter, a Twitter Card will be displayed in addition to the link. There are various card types for different types of content.


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Short answer While it's possible to use files stored in Google Drive as website resources at this time it's not officially supported and should not be used for websites and spreadsheets that have a lifespan beyond August 31, 2016. As was mentioned by AE I in his answer to a related question, the use of https://docs.google.com/uc?export=view&id=FILE_ID is ...


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To update things for the new (as of April 2013) Gmail interface: You have a few options: Drag the image from Finder/Explorer and drop it directly into your message. Mouse over the + sign at the bottom of the message, which brings up an "Insert" menu with a few options for photo sources. Select the camera icon, then browse to find the file on your computer. ...


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No need to download any additional software if you have Adobe Acrobat, simply... Save your presentation to pdf: File > Download as > PDF Document (.pdf) Open the PDF in Acrobat and then: File > Export To > Image > (Choose prefered file format) It will automatically start creating each slide as its own image inside the directory you have the PDF saved in.


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There is actually a workaround for developing. Just run this in your JS console and the images will appear. Found this on Stack Overflow. Make sure you choose 'Display Images' on the message first (function(){ while(img = document.evaluate('//img[contains(@src, \'googleusercontent.com\')]', document,null,XPathResult.FIRST_ORDERED_NODE_TYPE,null)....


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Try dragging the image to the navigation bar of your browser, it will open the image url and you'll be able to save it to your system and load it to Google Docs.


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You need to go logged into a Google Account to import images. When you are, click the image icon (4th from right on toolbar) and the Google Image Picker appears. Select from the options on the left to either DnD an image into the picker or pick an image from the local filesystem.


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Not in the true and direct sense, where you might just supply Trello with a URL that points to an externally-hosted cover photo, and Trello might simply display it. As you correctly state, cover photos for Trello cards currently need to be attached from either "Computer" (local drive), "Google Drive", or "Dropbox". However, there are several ways that can ...


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I made a two lines script to use the share link of an image in Google Drive. Go to Tools > Script editor. Copy, paste the following code Click on run for permission function DRIVE_IMAGE(link){ prefix_url = "https://docs.google.com/uc?export=download&"; link.replace("open?", "uc?export=download&"); } Using the script : Copy the share link ...


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Unfortunately you cannot hide an image attached to a Card. You can remove (delete) an image from a card and you can opt to not use an image as a cover (visible without opening the card), the image remains attached to the card. To deselect a cover, open the card, and click the "Remove Cover" link next to the image that is currently the cover (it has a blue ...


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No, it's not yours, it's the sender's fault. They probably drag&dropped image in their mail compose window and the worst part is that their email provider don't support such feature or they did it incorrectly. Ask them to attach the image to the mail or if you can't do so you can still open the image using it's base64 encoding (the long series of ...


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You can add HTML to Gmail by using a simple trick. Write something into the signature part. Lets say you write "changeme" then inspect that element then click the whole <div>changeme</div> right click edit as HTML paste your code inspect something else. Change a letter into your signature with something else and replace it back so Google can ...


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