Brett on 18 Aug, 2020 01:47 PM
Is it safe to assume you're using the Mac App Store version? Permissions
with included files outside of the directory of the base Markdown file
get complex with sandboxing. Would you be interested in a free
crossgrade to the Paddle (non-sandboxed) version?
Brett on 18 Aug, 2020 07:46 PM
In answer to your question about the browser, more or less, yes. An image included in the browser has to be accessible to the program directly, either via http or as a local file. In the case of local files, sandboxing restricts access to only files you have directly opened, not files that are simply referenced in another file. When you open a file in Marked, you're granting permission to use the file's parent folder, but anything outside of that folder (or above it in the tree) is still inaccessible via sandboxing permissions. Marked tries to scan for included files and determine whether it needs to ask for permission, but that has its limits.