Be it the Statue of Liberty in a US travel blog or a sketch of the human DNA in a term paper on genetics: Images are part and parcel of many text genres. Granted, most people will recognize both the statue and the DNA – but in many other cases, an image caption is helpful or even necessary to put the motif into context. Luckily, Ulysses 17 improved the handling of captions in the app. 😜
When you export a text as PDF or DOCX file, image captions will now be included. (Before, the inclusion was limited to HTML and ePub export as well as publishing.) Even better: Captions are now also displayed on the preview of an image in the editor!
You’ll find further information about image handling in Ulysses in our recently updated tutorial, namely:
- how to insert images into your texts, no matter if they’re stored locally or online;
- how to customize the image previews in the editor;
- how to edit the export settings of an image, for example, its size;
- and how to attach an image, in case you’d like to have it in reach but not included in the text itself.
Enjoy captioning your images!