Can I link a baggage file to an image? Robohelp Classic 2019

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Hello! I hope this finds you all healthy and safe during these horrible times 😞

 

I have a ridiculously large flowchart that I cannot make any smaller. I decided to insert it as a baggage file into my topic using an image map, and allow users to download it. The process is very unlikely to change. 

 

I inserted a smaller image into my topic, and wanted to allow the user to click on that image to download the fullsize version. But it does not seem to work. I can have them click and view a larger image of the flowchart, but that is not my desired outcome. Is this possible? Or do I have to settle?

 

Many thanks,

Anahid

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Correct answer by Peter Grainge | Adobe Community Professional

I haven't tested but I think you will have to put the large image in a zip file. Then the user will have to download it. Otherwise instruct them to access the large image by clicking, the right click and Save Image.

 

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Can I link a baggage file to an image? Robohelp Classic 2019

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Hello! I hope this finds you all healthy and safe during these horrible times 😞

 

I have a ridiculously large flowchart that I cannot make any smaller. I decided to insert it as a baggage file into my topic using an image map, and allow users to download it. The process is very unlikely to change. 

 

I inserted a smaller image into my topic, and wanted to allow the user to click on that image to download the fullsize version. But it does not seem to work. I can have them click and view a larger image of the flowchart, but that is not my desired outcome. Is this possible? Or do I have to settle?

 

Many thanks,

Anahid

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Peter Grainge | Adobe Community Professional

I haven't tested but I think you will have to put the large image in a zip file. Then the user will have to download it. Otherwise instruct them to access the large image by clicking, the right click and Save Image.

 

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I haven't tested but I think you will have to put the large image in a zip file. Then the user will have to download it. Otherwise instruct them to access the large image by clicking, the right click and Save Image.

 

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Peter,

 

You absolutely rock 🙂  The zip file worked perfectly linked to the image map. Thank you so much as always! ❤️ 

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