In Gmail (not sure about other inboxes), when you hover over an image block that does not have a URL, the pointer mouse turns into the ‘clicker finger’ and a download arrow appears in the corner of the image.
When you click the image, the image opens up, as if to download, in your screen.
Is there a way to prevent this functionality? So that the image is not clickable at all?
I use to think putting a # in the URL of the image block did the trick, but I don’t think that is actually the case.
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