I think this is a question for @dan or @isaiah since @joeworkman told me that it’s out of his control. I have quite a few sites that, due to corporate policy, must use Absolute paths - and must use short versions (e.g., /docs/images/photo001.jpg instead of https://example.com/docs/images/photo001.jpg).
I’ve noticed that this is possible when linking text, but not images. In the screenshot below, note that the link starts with a forward slash, but this is stripped out in the final code output.
With this in mind, my work around has been to leave the full absolute path in the link inspector and then perform a global FIND & REPLACE using Espresso (http://example.com/ >>becomes>> / ). Is there a better way - or perhaps this is a bug that can be fixed?