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Add directly a PDF image from overleaf to a question or an aswer edit

When posting a question or an answer on tex.stackexchange.com I often start by creating a MWE with overleaf. Then if I want to include the resulting PDF I have to download it to my local system first ...
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Insert an image into a MWE of a question or answer

Why don't some users add images when posting a question or answer? I believe that, at least for me, sometimes when the question is not very clear, the drawing helps to understand what you want. Do you ...
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What is the meaning/importance of Krampus?

I've noticed some images through documents and on site that use Krampus as part of a certain iconography. Where does this come from? Maybe related to GNU? But why/how?
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What is the best way to prepare LaTeX examples for posting on TeX.SE?

When I post small examples of LaTeX code, I use the convert -density 600 -trim file.pdf file.png method. This gives files that are extremely lightweight and integrate well into TeX.SE's quote ...
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Why does the chat room no longer support alpha-channel enabled images?

I don't know whether or not it is a local issue. Feel free to migrate to the global meta if necessary. In my experience in the past, alpha-channel enabled images are displayed correctly in main site,...
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Policy: Including external images from copyrighted (sometimes unknown to us) documents

To make it for record/reference, It's somewhat related to unlicensed fonts In the following Q the OP linked a pdf document(All rights reserved by Author, but freely available via university handle) ...
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The Fastest Method I've Seen for Sharing Any (LaTex) Image

I wanted to share how I do it with everyone as it's extremely quick. Please see my answer.
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Caching of images

If I include an image to a question (e.g. using my Dropbox account) will they be cached? So, can I remove them from my Dropboc public folder after posting the question without removing the image in ...
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How to include latex preview [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does one add a LaTeX output to a question/answer? I have seen that some users include a preview of how the LaTeX code will be rendered. Are they just including a picture ...
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Answering tex.stackexchange.com questions from the iPad (solved)

Edit (may 6, 2014) This issue is now solved. From IOS6 (dec 2012), Safari has access to the camera roll, so it is possible to upload images directly from Safari without the Dropbox workaround. That ...
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How do we repair Gonzalo Medina's posts containing images?

As I explained in this answer, all the links to images that were not uploaded via the "add image" button are broken. (EDIT: See also this announcement by Jeff for the background.) This has the ...
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List of commonly available example images

Often one or more images are required in minimal working examples or as part of some example code of and answer to make it compile successful and/or give some nice visual result. One problem is that ...
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Including images from Wikipedia or Wikicommons

Is it ok to include an image from Wikipedia or Wikicommons directly, i.e using the ![<title>](<URL>) or ![<title>][<num>] syntax? Because TeX.SX is also under a wiki license ...
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Where should images go?

I recently posted an answer and wanted to include a figure I made for it. I ended up putting it on my institutional account, but I realize that this is not ideal (since the account will probably be ...