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This is an entirely basic question, but I didn't see anything regarding it after a quick perusal of the PhpED options as well as these forums. I'm trying PhpED out right now, and it has a few quirks with images that I don't enjoy. Namely those are:

1. Double-clicking an image in the file list opens the image rather than dropping the img tag into the code.
2. The alt tag is automatically filled with the image name and file size.
3. Dragging the image into the code to provide the img tag code does not copy the correct folder architecture into the tag. Thus if the image is in a graphics folder and the html is in the root folder, the tag looks like <img src="image.gif", rather than <img src="graphics/image.gif".

Is there a way to disable/change these things? Being able to rectify these rather basic issues would go a long way toward my enjoyment of this otherwise nice product.

Thank you,
Chris
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Double-clicking an image ... opens the image ...

yes that's correct. Clicking on a file opens this file. If you need img tag you have to use drag-n-drop.
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The alt tag is automatically filled with the image name and file size

many people found this feature useful. What do you need instead of it ?
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Dragging the image... does not copy the correct folder ...

Have you created a project and assigned a root directory for it ?
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Thank you for the quick response.
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