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I'd like to remove the image of the Emacs cow from the startup screen, but I want to keep my recent files, bookmarks, and agenda. Currently, I'm using the dashboard package with use-package.

My current configuration:

(use-package dashboard
  :ensure t
  :config
  (dashboard-setup-startup-hook)
  (setq initial-buffer-choice (lambda () (get-buffer "*dashboard*"))))

Thanks

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    It's not a cow, it's a gnu. – db48x Nov 22 '18 at 15:24
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    @db48x: It may be a gnu cow or bull. – Drew Nov 22 '18 at 15:59
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Try (setq dashboard-startup-banner nil) with this variable you can set the image or text at startup. See the docs of that variable for details.

As far as I understand the package comes with its own set of startup/images but this also can be adjusted to use own stuff.

  • Thanks! This worked. I don't have the reputation to do so, but this should be marked as the correct answer. – user3358417 Nov 22 '18 at 21:43
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I don't know anything about the dashboard package, but you can control what image is used on the default splash screen by setting fancy-splash-image. It's probably a safe assumption that dashboard will respect the same setting.

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In your :config commands add (setq dashboard-startup-banner 'nil).

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