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Wed, 03 Mar 2004 02:06:55 +0100
The following variables in thumbs.el
have numbers as default values, but the custom :type is 'string.
Therefore you can't customize them. I think the :type should be
changed to 'integer or perhaps, in some cases, to 'number (allowing
floats). I guess the author of thumbs.el knows best.
Further, what about removing the following part:
===Narrowed Buffer thumbs.el================================
;; Abort if in-line imaging isn't supported (i.e. Emacs-20.7)
(when (not (display-images-p))
(error "Your Emacs version (%S) doesn't support in-line images,
was not compiled with image support or is run in console mode.
Upgrade to Emacs 21.1 or newer, compile it with image support
or use a window-system"
Other lisp libraries related with images, like image.el, don't have
such an abort feature, and it is perhaps best to have it nowhere.
- thumbs.el problems,
Markus Rost <=