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How do I imbed a photo so it auto re-sizes when email is viewed in cellphone or computer? (i.e.responsive photo,, and proportion maintains?)

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I've tried:

1) Add-on but none seem compatible with *68.

2) I insert using the "insert image." On settings advanced page, I set width to 100% and remove height.

It's responsive in width, but the height proportion is way too height. How do I use the settings to get a responsively sized image to be 80% of width and the proportion holds?

Thanks!

I've tried: 1) Add-on but none seem compatible with *68. 2) I insert using the "insert image." On settings advanced page, I set width to 100% and remove height. It's responsive in width, but the height proportion is way too height. How do I use the settings to get a responsively sized image to be 80% of width and the proportion holds? Thanks!

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re :2) I insert using the "insert image." On settings advanced page, I set width to 100% and remove height.

Insert > image choose the image 'Dimensions' tab select 'Custom' select 'Contrain' - this keeps the proportions correct. Select 'pixels' for Width and Height. Enter number if pixels for Width and the Height will be auto adjusted or vis versa.

So if actual image size was 1760 x 896 and I set Width as 100 pixels, the height would auto say 51 pixels. The 'image preview' shown as a thumbnail will tell you the actual number of pixels the image actually has as width and height.

click on OK

Now you see the image in email as a thumbnail sort of size. If too small, double click on image to open Image Properties and increase the 'Width' number of pixels and click on OK to see result in email.

If you want to set a percentage then you would need to make sure that a percentage is entered for both width and height as contrain cannot be used. This will mean you needing to calulate what those percentages should be. This is not so easy to do as you have no idea what prefered width is selected by the recipient. Not everyone has the window the same width.

There is nothing more annoying than people sending emails with images embedded in an email. Sometimes those images (if created on some phones) are received and they appear sideways or upside down. They may be so large that scrolling is required. It is so much better to attach images, so the recipient can view them using correct program. They can also be detached from email and/or save those images to a suitable folder thus decreasing the size of the email or delete the email and not lose the image. They can also choose to view them inline using 'View' > 'Display Attachments Inline', so can still appear as if embedded. The options are much better for recipient if documents are attached.