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Re: extension for image view to go to next or previous image

From: Thierry Volpiatto
Subject: Re: extension for image view to go to next or previous image
Date: Sat, 09 Apr 2011 07:32:09 +0200
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chris <address@hidden> writes:

> Thank you Drew, I tried your suggestions.
> On Apr 8, 10:55 pm, "Drew Adams" <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Here are a couple of ways I would do it - there are no doubt other ways.
>> Essentially, you just need a way to cycle among files.
> Yeah in a way this is true, but what I had in mind was a bit of lisp
> code that would allow me to press 'n' (or SPC) on an image and then
> see the next one, 'p' would get me the previous one.
>> 1. Use Icicles.  `C-x C-f', then cycle using `up'/`down'.  When a file is an
>> image file the image is displayed.  To cycle among only files `foo*', type 
>> `foo'
>> then cycle.
> Hmm, I tried to use icicles, but it seems to fight with ido, which I
> am using. If they can't figure it out, I am with ido.  But at the
> moment, I am not sure this is the route I want to take.
>> 2. Use `image-dired'. Use `right'/`left' + `RET' in the thumbnails buffer to
>> cycle among images.
> I also looked at image-dired, but that seems to be a different use
> case.  If there was a way to make the thumbnails larger, it might be
> useful in some ways, but not for my main purpose.

See also anything-find-files which can be turned in an image browser
with possibility to rotate images on the fly and is very simple to use.

You will find anything.pdf in doc directory with explanation.
A+ Thierry
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