Sorry, I just realized I was vague on what I meant by
In short, yes. I keep the encoded data inside the actual plain
text file (at the bottom and use reference links). This allows me
to read the plain file when I remote in via SSH, and then preview
the same file in Marked when a GUI is available.
It be very nice if the export feature preserved the data URI
form the source, and I also like that you have already worked on
optionally exporting regular image links as data URIs. This is a
great idea but I would still like the option to have the data in my
source doc since that's even more portable.
The data code I pasted was from wikipedia, and I wasn't careful
to make sure I didn't screw up the data string then pasting it
I tried your testpng.md on my machine and got the same broken
link as before (see Screen Shot 1). I tried it again with two other
apps that support Markdown and the image appeared (see Screen Shot
2 and Screen Shot 3).