Typora configuration picture is automatically uploaded to the picture bed

[Typora] configuration picture is automatically uploaded to the picture bed

Typora is a markdown editor that I think is the best to use, and I recommend it to everyone. As for the installation and configuration, I will not go into details.

Problem description : The point is that when you usually write a blog or take notes, you need to insert pictures . Since Typora’s pictures can only be saved locally, if you change the pictures of the file, you will not be able to access the problem, so you need a picture bed The presence.

The meaning of the picture bed : It is an online space specially used to store pictures and allow you to connect the pictures to the outside world. Many [picture beds] are free. After setting the image bed, the image link inserted in the blog can be previewed online anytime, anywhere.

Picture bed tool is a tool that automatically converts local pictures into links. There are many picture bed tools on the Internet. As far as the current types of use are concerned, PicGo can be regarded as a relatively good picture bed tool.

  • PicGo version:

  • Successful installation interface:

  • Find the plug-in settings below. To use the code cloud, you need to install additional plug-ins. Search for gitee to install the plug-in. There are two plug-ins that can be used.

Note: To install gitee-uploader 1.1.2the plug-in, you must install the node.jsplug-in before installing the plug-in

  • To establish a gitee code cloud map bed library is to create a new warehouse in the code cloud, steps:

  • Next, configure PicGO, install the Gitee plugin successfully, and the Gitee image bed column will appear:

owner: write your code cloud username
repo: repository name
token: fill in the private token of the code cloud
path: path, usually written as img
message: can not write

  • Token acquisition: Enter the code cloud, click to enter the setting page

  • Find the private , click to generate a new token, fill in the description as you like, just check projects, submit, and copy the obtained token

  • To configure Typora, click File, Preferences, choose Image, set the path to the PicGo binary:

  • To upload images manually: select Format -> Image -> Upload all local images

  • Typora uses the following url to connect with PicGo, so the settings of PicGo should also correspond, the default is generally.

  • However, the monitoring port of PicGo’s Server will change frequently (for example, after the computer is restarted), so it needs to be modified or the Typora image will fail to upload.

This is the end of it.

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