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bug#42824: 26.3; Feature request: implement 'smooth scroll' in djvu.el p
bug#42824: 26.3; Feature request: implement 'smooth scroll' in djvu.el package
Mon, 16 Nov 2020 14:08:08 +0100
The scrolling functionality looks great now. Indeed setting the djvu-continuous to t provides the functionality that I requested/proposed.
Regarding the annotation features, I have implemented more in djvu2.el than just highlighting rectangles. It also shows free text, line and arrow annotations. I think those things can not be implemented via `djvu-image-rect`. The djvu2.el page contains a demo screencast
. Just to remind you, djvu2.el also implements djvu-occur and imenu functionality.
Regarding tooltips based on pixel coordinates, this can be achieved (as it has been done in pdf-tools) via the `:map` and `:pointer` keywords in the image descriptor
. However instead of implementing this separately, I think it would be great if as much as possible of the pdf-tools code could be reused (I mean that djvu and pdf share as much code as possible for similar functionality). Although it would be great if it got implemented, so that Emacs also becomes the best document reader, for me personally the invested time would not be worth the gain (Although I might have a look at it some time as some kind of exercise. djvu2.el for me was also just an exercise/study).
On Sat Nov 7 2020 dalanicolai wrote:
> I do not fully understand what you are referring to with 'more
> complete and consistent, but the functions I've sent in the
> request are really small, only 5 lines, and I think they implement
> the essence of doc-view its scrolling feature. It was really meant
> as just a small extra convenient addition to solve the small, but
> inconvenient problem, as explained in the original request.
I have updated djvu.el on GNU Elpa, please take a look.
I implemented commands for scrolling for the `Read' buffer both in
regular (text) mode and image minor mode. Also, I adopted the
keybindings from doc-view and added a user option djvu-continuous
similar to doc-view-continuous. So likely you may want to customize
Please, let me know if this works for you, then I can close this bug
> Well, in the djvu2.el package, I use the info in the annotation
> buffer to draw the annotations (using imagemagick its convert
> command). Of course as just a plain reader (without annotation
> features), doc-view is already a fine reader for djvu documents.
You do not need imagemagick convert for this. For the ppm images
used by djvu.el, emacs can do that, too, see `djvu-image-rect'.
Maybe I'll do that one day.
However, adding just the color of the annotations I find less
important than also displaying tooltips. These tooltips are
displayed in the regular text mode of the Read buffers. I do not
know how to generate tooltips based on the pixel coordinates of the
mouse pointer over an image.