Very interesting read
Basically all images from the sync kb are stored on the RN server. For the non tech RNs device (not really but just for visualization of non tech) For the local only images are stored on devices file manager
This is reason why when offline the sync kb loses image access since to access RN server (aka where our sync images are stored) we need WIFI. This same scenario allows us access to our images on local only since it exists on our device
This is why there are issues (from an image perspective) when exporting. The images aren’t actually part of our notes so when we export the images from our sync stay on the RN server. When we export from the local, even though they are in a file, it still does us no good as it is on our device
Curious how the desktop app works for the sync kb
Are the images stored both on RN server & your device file manager?
I also presume if using 3rd party app for images if embedding etc would not work with image occlusion at this pt?
Take away being exporting works w notes (text + RN features) but not images
If images are part of workflow & need on several devices then sync KB is the solution
To keep the images at least on the sync kb
The issue that comes up is if you need images on more than 1 device in situations where you may be offline. Although sync places images on several devices (via server) you lose access once you lose wifi