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bug#8615: Please make sure v q removes the buffer for JPGs just like it

From: Juri Linkov
Subject: bug#8615: Please make sure v q removes the buffer for JPGs just like it does for other files
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 18:27:34 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.91 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu)

> JL> Like jidanni, I used to type `v q SPC v q SPC v q SPC' to browse files in 
> Dired.
> JL> Now when images and archives are viewed with `v', keybindings overridden
> JL> by view.el are useless (except `q'), so functionality of these modes is 
> broken.
> JL> It's a pain to be careful of using the right key for different kind of 
> files:
> JL> to type `RET' to view images and archives, or to type `v' to view other 
> files.
> No need, everything seems to be working fine now with emacs -q in
> Package: emacs-snapshot Version: 1:20111121-1

Do you view images with `v q SPC v q SPC'?  When viewing images with
`v', image-mode is broken because image viewing keybindings are rebound
to functions of view.el.

Perhaps you visit only small images that fit into the screen,
so you don't need to use image-mode keys other than `q'.
But when images are larger and you need to scroll them, you are screwed.

> The only things left in the *Buffer List* after lots of v q SPC v q SPC
> are directories... but I guess there is some reason to keep them laying 
> around?

I have the same problem with directories, so I have in .emacs:

  (defun quit-window-kill-buffer ()
    "Quit WINDOW and kill its buffer."
    (quit-window t))
  (define-key dired-mode-map "q" 'quit-window-kill-buffer)

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