Bug 1422860 Comment 7 Edit History

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Usually we say that there must be a clear interaction by the user to trigger network loads. Here, we have not only a reply (which already means it's not a spam message), and an clear interaction by the user with this image element specifically.

You're in the editor, you clicked on the image, so you should be allowed to see the image. In the mail you are sending. Esp. given that the recipient of your mail using Outlook would see it. Of course a load in this case might not be /always/ wanted, but it's fair to say that it's OK.
Usually we say that there must be a clear interaction by the user to trigger network loads. Here, we have not only a reply (which already means it's not a spam message), but more importantly: a clear interaction by the user with this image element specifically.

You're in the editor, you clicked on the image, so you should be allowed to see the image. In the mail you are sending. Esp. given that the recipient of your mail using Outlook would see it. Of course a load in this case might not be /always/ wanted, but it's fair to say that it's OK.
Usually we say that there must be a clear interaction by the user to trigger network loads. Here, we have not only a reply (which already means it's not a spam message), but more importantly: a clear interaction by the user with this image element specifically.

You're in the editor, you clicked on the image, so you should be allowed to see the image. In the mail you are sending. Esp. given that the recipient of your mail using Outlook would see it. Of course a load in this case might not be /always/ wanted, but it's fair to say that it's OK. If you're forwarding spam, don't click on it :).
Usually we say that there must be a clear interaction by the user to trigger network loads. Here, we have not only a reply, but more importantly: a clear interaction by the user with this image element specifically.

You're in the editor, you clicked on the image, so you should be allowed to see the image. In the mail you are sending. Esp. given that the recipient of your mail using Outlook would see it. Of course a load in this case might not be /always/ wanted, but it's fair to say that it's OK.

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