08-02-2017 09:10 AM
08-02-2017 09:10 AM
Add an ability to make pasting images right into the conversation from the buffer possible.
08-02-2017 09:25 PM
08-03-2017 04:54 AM - edited 08-03-2017 05:02 AM
You are talking about Print Screen -> Ctrl+V.
Yes, that works.
But I don't need to copy screens from all my monitors to just paste small part I want to show.
There are programs that allow you to copy just the part you need and copy it to clipboard, and that thing doesn't work. This works everywhere except Teams.
Microsoft Snippet tool works, but I don't use it.
But other apps don't for unknown reason.
02-16-2018 09:09 AM
02-16-2018 09:42 PM
02-17-2018 12:32 AM
Agree with Perumal here, pasting images to conversations in Teams works as expected so please provide more details about the process you are following
02-21-2018 07:37 AM - edited 02-21-2018 07:38 AM
I can reproduce this as well.
1. On any given website, right click an image and select "Copy Image" (that is in chrome, but there is a similar option in other browsers)
2. In Teams, click on the text area in a conversation and press Ctrl+V or right click -> paste.
It doesn't paste. Pulling out the snipping tool, selecting some screen area, and then pressing Ctrl+C will put the image in the paste buffer, but not copying an image directly. This functionality works in literally every other app I've ever tried. Facebook messenger, Google Hangouts, Slack, HipChat, MS Word, etc.
02-21-2018 08:25 AM
Might be whatever program you are trying to use, for "region" copy to clipboard I use Greenshot (everyone should) and it pastes into conversations fine.
02-21-2018 08:34 AM
I'm using "Lightshot" and it is an awesome app, you should try it.
It works with Teams fine. And it has a lot of features.
What is not working (not pasting in Teams) is a screenshot function in Maxthon Browser (with Ctrl+F1 button).
02-21-2018 08:35 AM - edited 02-21-2018 08:38 AM
It's not a matter of copying "regions," it's a matter of copying an image itself.
Again, if you right click on an image in a web browser, there is an option to copy the image to the clipboard. Once it's there, you can paste it into just about any app you want (except Teams, apparently).
I don't always want to launch a completely separate app to capture a "region" of the page when I can just dump the image data right into the paste buffer without any extra tools.
02-21-2018 08:44 AM
Ok I can reproduce it now from webpages, its hit and miss, but honestly I can use Greenshot faster then any other way, one button and its in the buffer and works (or you can save it, buffer it, edit it all with one button press) sure some other apps must have similar simplicity.
02-21-2018 09:13 AM
Once I copy the image, no matter what the source, it's in my paste buffer. From there, I cannot paste it into the conversation, which is literally the exact problem you described in the original post.
So it looks like it is the right topic, "pal"
02-21-2018 09:16 AM
The source matters big time.
Copying image url from the web and then pasting it is not how I work.
02-21-2018 09:19 AM - edited 02-21-2018 09:20 AM
You're not copying the URL. You're copying the image data itself. There's a separate context menu item for copying the URL.
And whether you copy from the context menu, or use a screenshot app and copy from there, the end result is that you have the raw image data in your paste buffer.
02-21-2018 09:28 AM
As I said earlied today, there is a web browser which I use (Maxthon browser) it has a feature to create screenshots (it has a lot of features) , and It copies produced images to the buffer. I can paste in anywhere but the teams.
02-21-2018 09:31 AM
I understand that. I know what Maxathon is. What I'm saying is that once that data is in the clipboard, it doesn't matter what the source was.
Whether I use PrintScreen, Snipping Tool, Jing, or Right-Click -> Copy Image, my clipboard still contains a CF_DIB object, which is a standard Windows clipboard object which contain the bitmap bits.
02-21-2018 09:53 AM
I know they all work.
But for some reason it doesn't work with Maxthon, to paste a buffered image made in it to Teams conversation.
Just nothing happens. Hell if I know why. I can paste it anywhere but Teams.
Developers should look into it.
03-28-2018 09:14 PM
How is such a basic feature still so broken?
Using Google Chrome, right-clicking an image, selecting "Copy image", then trying to paste it into a Teams chat does not work.
I can paste it into any other program from chrome without problem, Teams is the ONLY app that will not paste the image. But feel free to tell us again that it is not Teams that is the problem.....