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RE: how to not show images?

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: how to not show images?
Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 07:01:58 -0700

    > What about this am I not expressing clearly?

    the buffer(s) where you would like to see this happen.

I said several times: _any_ buffer where images are displayed.

1st email: "in a buffer or in all displayed buffers"
2nd email:
          What images are you talking about?
      Images displayed in an Emacs buffer.  ... all
      images in an Emacs session, or at least in a
      given Emacs buffer.
3rd email:
      turn on/off displaying of (all) images in Emacs,
      such as you can do in most Web browsers


    since each buffer has its major mode and each major mode can (and
    often does) take complete charge of a buffer's presentation, it's
    difficult to find as a concise answer as "emacs -nw"

Kevin's solution was concise: either (setq image-types nil) or advise
display-images-p. I haven't been able to make those work on Windows, but
they apparently work OK for him on Solaris.

Yes, without such a global feature, it could be complicated. That's why I
was asking if there was a global feature (like images-types), to not have to
deal with different types of images, different ways images might be inserted
in a buffer, different major-mode display options etc.

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