Anyone knows how to do so? What about if you want to edit the pics a little bit before pasting.
I am using windows.
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It should not be a lengthy process.
Copy image location
Note: with WordPress 3.3 you can also drag-and-drop files.
Marketplace is rather void of a plugin to enhance this workflow. My designer team wants to clip random parts of any page, which means copy as URL etc aren't going to do the job. I'm sort of surprised this isn't in the core yet.
https://wordpress.org/plugins/image-elevator/ seems to be the most trustworthy choice so far. Another plugin, Imagepaste, looks unmaintained.
Here's another, quicker way to do this:
Two problems with this method:
Support paste images from clipboard for posts & comments (based on filereader.js). For example, you can take a screenshot using monosnap, and attach it to a post or comment using keyboard shortcuts CTRL+V.
I haven't tried this one yet, but I did try Image Elevator and found it broke pasting in Firefox using Ctrl+V.
Image Elevator as mentioned above. I use the premium version ($14 on Code Canyon) on most websites I work on and it saves a ton of time. It will resize image dimensions and file sizes.
The Embed Image Links plugin is also pretty handy if you are getting images via URL. Although it has not been tested with the latest version of WordPress.