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Is it possible to add the Browse Server button on Link Field? So user can link to and see internal file or image? I have tried the Linkit module, but that is not really what I want.

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You can use the IMCE module.

IMCE is an image/file uploader and browser that supports personal directories and quota.

Features

  • Basic file operations: upload, delete
  • Image(jpg, png, gif) operations: resize, create thumbnails, preview
  • Support for private file system
  • Configurable limits for user roles: file size per upload, directory quota, file extensions, and image dimensions
  • Personal or shared folders for users
  • Permissions per directory
  • Ftp-like directory navigation
  • File sorting by name, size, dimensions, date
  • Tabbed interface for file operations
  • Keyboard shortcuts(up, down, insert(or enter), delete, home, end, ctrl+A, R(esize), T(humbnails), U(pload)).
  • Built-in support for inline image/file insertion into textareas
  • Multiple file selection(using ctrl or shift)
  • Ajax file operations
  • Themable layout using tpl files
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  • Ty @darol100. The site has IMCE, but it does not support the Link field. – CocoSkin Apr 14 '15 at 15:24
  • That sucks, I did not realize that. I would recommend you to re-open this issue drupal.org/node/916076 and ask for D7 support. According to that issue this been fix for D6. – itsdarrylnorris Apr 14 '15 at 16:29
  • that page you show is actually the Link inside the CKeditor, not the Link Field in content type. – CocoSkin Apr 14 '15 at 16:37

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