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I'm using Harlowe 2.0.1.

I've made a twine story. I have a folder like 'MyStory' and in that folder is the published html file and all the images it references.

When I open the html file on my computer, it works fine and I can see all the images in the right places.

However I made a copy of this folder on my mobile (Android), and when I open it (in Chrome app), all text/links etc work but the images don't show, just a little white icon and the alt text.

I tried putting it all inside a zip file because I saw that somewhere, but it didn't help.

It's just a private story so I don't want to publish it anywhere. I just want to be able to look at it on my mobile.

I think I am putting the images in correctly? I write (for example):

<img src="testimage.png" alt="photo of a man" align=left>


I'm don't understand Twine very much and my written English is terrible so sorry if I'm not making sense.

Thanks in advance!

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Mobiles have tight security with things like file system access (think of the message you get when an app wants to access your device's pictures and such). I don't know of any way to get a local html page access to the file system on a mobile off hand. You can embed the images, or host them somewhere, though.
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Ah, OK, that makes sense. Thanks, I will probably try to host them somewhere. Not looking forward to going through the story and changing hundreds of images to hosted links!