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Re: Image scroll issue

From: Chris Moore
Subject: Re: Image scroll issue
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2007 11:47:48 +0100

On 1/2/07, Kim F. Storm <address@hidden> wrote:
What do you do to scroll it?

Using the mouse to scroll the image doesn't work very well.

Try using the page up/down keys or the up/down arrow keys.

The arrow keys are no use.  They're bound to w3m-previous-anchor and
w3m-next-anchor, so they skip right past the image.

Using page down doesn't work for me:

I hit page down once to see the top of the image - I can see just
'butter' and 'orange', and the mode line tells me I'm 9% through the

I hit page down again.  Momentarily I am 14% through the buffer, and
can see all the way down to 'scarlet red' in the image, but a split
second later, I'm back to 9%, and can see only 'butter', 'orange' and

Hitting page down again takes me back to 14% and 'scarlet red' for
less than a second, but each time I am returned back to 9% and
'butter', 'orange' and 'chocolate'.

Hitting page down twice very quickly will sometimes get me to the
elusive 'aluminium' colours at the bottom of the image, but mostly it
does the same as a single press.

Hitting page down three times quickly will jump right past the image,
and page up takes me right back up to 5%, well above the start of the

So I can see what the original reporter means about it being hard to
see the bottom of long images.

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