Support » Plugin: Gutenberg » Copying a number on a Width field of an image goes wrong

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    okay, I love Gutenberg, but there is a lot of issues I’m going through, this one is one I can’t live with that. Let me explain,

    1 – I have many images, so I want them to have a specific width, therefore I’ve copied a width from a block I’ve previously edited to paste on another block width (only the width), but when I’m doing that… well, it copies the entire old block with an image and replaces the new block while that’s not what I want.

    2 – Since it looks like it copies the old block, I’ve pasted the number on the browser address bar and copy it to past on each image field I want to adjust the width… but again… that completely removes the image and paste the number even if the focus is on the “width” field.

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  • Hi there!

    I’m sorry you’re having trouble with this. I just tried testing the same workflow based on your video and wasn’t able to replicate the issue, so we’ll need to do a little more testing.

    Can you let me know how you’re adding images? (i.e. add a new image block, upload image, resize, etc.)

    For the image blocks that you have formatted the way that you like, with the correct with, are you able to select the option to “Add to Reusable Blocks”?

    I’ll need to make more tests as probably it has been fixed on the recent update. I’ll keep you updated.

    Looks like it’s fixed now.

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