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Tue, 15 Mar 2005 13:39:05 -0500
> Sorry for replying so late to this, but is there some extremely good
> (that is, absolutely unavoidable) reason why that image is layed on
> top of text that _ends in a newline_ (or just contains newlines)?
The general idea of of auto-image-file-mode, and of my new replacement
image-mode, is that the image sits on top of the text of the file.
This is so if you write the buffer to some other file, it will get the
right contents. As long as we keep that idea, there will be newlines
in the file.
However, insert-image-file doesn't necessarily have to work this way.
It could instead make the image sit on top of a space, like
Does anyone see a reason why not to do this?
Re: move-beginning-of-line, Istvan Marko, 2005/03/17