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I have a QGIS project saved under G:\USER\xyz\projects\QGIS.qgz

In the same folder is a subfolder Pictures. My layer contains a column with the picture names (For example: 101.jpg). The picture 101.jpg is within this subfolder Pictures. How can I tell QGIS to connect this picture name in the layer's column to that actual picture in the subfolder?

My configuration

In the screenshot you can see my configuration - I think it should work like this? Relative path checked and in the default path field I wrote the name of the subfolder. It is not working though. Any thoughts? I want to achieve that the whole project folder is portable so I can use it with QField.

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    I never used the attachment widget, but since Pictures is the folder name, have you tried to change the Storage Mode to Directory paths? – ahmadhanb Jun 2 '20 at 7:29
  • that does not work unfortunately - i think that option should be changed to Directory Paths if the columnof the layer contains full paths and not file names? – sn1ks Jun 2 '20 at 7:39
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I found the solution:

With this expression it takes the project path and adds the desired subfolder to it:

file_path(@project_path) + '\Pictures\'

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Unfortunately this does not work for QField

As with the newest version of QField Sync, this is solved.

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