Readmore Keep in mind that with Seblod, "readmores" (excepts that link to detail pages) are done differently. You shouldn't use the readmore button in the editor. Instead, use seperate introtext and full text and the result will be the same.
At this time, the page break feature isn't compatible with Seblod.
TIP: I usually like to remove the readmore button so it doesn't confuse the editor. To do that, go to extensions->plugins and unpublish the readmore button. You could also do the same with the pagebreak or any other editor buttons that either don't work or you don't want to display."
you see only introtext because it's a basic choice.
Of course, you can put all the fields you want in the intro view.
For "Intro Image", i think you are speaking about Joomla! native image intro field. If you want to display it in the intro, simply add this field in the position you want. You will find those field in the folder "Article / Image & Links".
Sorry, but I can't expand more on this topic because we never use the intro view and even less for the image and links Joomla fields.
Intro view is used when you use Joomla menu Item List (categories, feature, ...), while SEBLOD can do much more with "List & Search types".
For example, when you create a content type, you can add those fields:
a wysiwyg field as "Introtext" with storage "standard | article | intro"
an other as "Fulltext" with storage "standard | article | full"
a upload_image field with storage "standard | article | img"
a jfom category field with storage "standard | article | catid"
a checkbox for featured field with storage "standard | article | featrured"
and all other fields you need......
Now if you want to make a list like Joomla featured list, in the tab search of the list you must have:
The cck field to search only on the good content type
the featured field with a live value to 1
Then in Search type, the intro view is "Item" tab. so in this tab you can put fields you had created in your content type:
add a freetext field "Read more" with a plugin link on it (option 2), to do like the Joomla Read More
created date field .....
With that you have the same functionnality as a Joomla list, but totally customizable.