I just replied to another thread where this is happening, but when editing an email, the copy image is not showing on an embedded image. So if you expect to copy/paste between emails, the source has to be in preview mode or in “open” mode. Once in a reply or new email, the right click options for copy image do not show, and right click copy or CTRL+C does not copy that image. This is troublesome for people like me who use email for technical reasons. My workaround is to load up on images from preview mode and use a clipboard manager (ditto) before sending a new one but I would love to see it fixed.
My workaround is to load up on images from preview mode and use a clipboard manager (ditto) before sending a new one but I would love to see it fixed.
This is just normally to do with “how the original sender has embedded the images” into the email body or a problem with the default OS clipboard. It’s not an eM Client issue and happens with any mailer I’ve ever used on PC and Mac.
So I personally to be on the safe side with any mail client similar to you (with clipboard manager) allways “copy any embedded or inline email image first” from mail clients including eM Client into a good eg: bitmap paint program before I then repaste it back to a new mail message window so I then know it “allways works” when they get it.
You can also use a quick “Snip it” type program if you just want a specific area of the email embedded or inline email image and then paste that back to new emails in eM Client.
The free built-in OS Snip & Sketch on PC or Grab on Mac OS X works fine as well.
I agree with you for the most part but in this case, I am the original sender, and I used emclient. It would be nice if it was something emclient could solve though. I am a .net developer and parse HTML all the time, it might be cool if they had a little extra insight into what the content in context was and did a little extra work to grab it up But workarounds exist, it is just I’m sure, a frustration.