Docmenta supports following image formats:
.jpeg .jpg .jpe
A file of any other format has to be converted into one of the above formats, if it shall be included as an image in the content of the product documentation. Nevertheless you can store images in any other format as normal files as described in Section 18.104.22.168, “Data-file”.
Images which are included in the content of the documentation should be stored in image-folders (see Section 22.214.171.124, “Image-folder”). Image-folders will show a thumbnail gallery preview of the contained images. Nevertheless, it is also possible to upload an image to a normal file-folder. You can upload an image with the "Upload File" function in the context menu (see Section 126.96.36.199, “File upload and download”).
Docmenta imposes restrictions on the naming of image files. The reason for this is, that Docmenta uses the filename (excluding the file extension) as the alias name used to reference the image. Therefore, the image filename can only consist of letters, digits, underscore (_), dash (-), question-mark (?) and exclamation-mark (!). See Section 188.8.131.52, “Inclusion-nodes” and Section 184.108.40.206, “Images” on how to include images in the content of the product documentation.
An image has the same properties than a content- or section-node (see Section 220.127.116.11, “Section-nodes”), e.g. it has a title, an alias name, an applicability expression, a workflow status and a progress value. The workflow status of an image can be manually set by the user to indicate whether work on the image is already finished. The progress value can be used to provide an estimation in percentage of how much of the work has already been done.