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Re: thumbs.el and transparency

From: Mathias Dahl
Subject: Re: thumbs.el and transparency
Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2006 14:46:33 +0100
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Sascha Wilde <address@hidden> writes:

> I would like to see a command like `thumbs' in tumme, a quick way to
> open a directory and display thumbs for everything in it in one
> step.  Having to setup tumme key bindings, starting tumme-dired,
> marking files and pressing C-t d, just to get a thumbnailed look at
> a dir is to cumbersome.

That would be quite easy to implement. The reason it is not there is
that I never needed it. I have nothing against adding it and I know
that Richard too want this.

Such a command would need to check how many images the directory
contains and warn the user if the number of files exeeds a certain,
configurable, limit (say 50 or something like that as default).

> Another important thing:
> The comment in tumme states:
> ;; * In order to work well, `tumme' require that all your images have
> ;; unique names.  The reason is the way thumbnail file names are
> ;; generated.  I will probably not fix this problem as my images all
> ;; have unique names.
> if this is still true, this would be a _very_ serious limitation.

That was once true and the reason was that the thumbnail file names
used the original file name as part of it. That is now changed, so
that comment should be removed.

It seems I should get myself CVS access and start doing some

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