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for preview of markup buffers, such as latex or markdown. Preview feature displays the editing buffer without an additional step of generating a preview.

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How do I live preview markdown, rendering math, checkboxes, etc.?

I’m using Spacemacs with markdown-mode and I’ve configured it according to Jason Blevins’ guide. Other things I’ve tried Pandoc works pretty well except when I set the —lua-filter=task-list.lua flag ...
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Make flymd accept other file extensions

When I try to preview my markdown files I get this aggressive funny response: What’s wrong with you???! Don’t flyit if you are not viewing a markdown file. But I am! ;-) It's just that I use .txt as ...
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Live view an html document in emacs

Running emacs 25.2.2. Here is something (apparently) simple I want to do, but am unable to: I am editing an html document. I want to see the same document in the internal browser in a vertically ...
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Org mode: is it possible to display ONLINE images?

Assuming I want to have an org buffer in which I can preview images from url which I don't want to store on my hard drive - is there a possibility to use a solution similar to org links and display ...
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Markdown - synchronized preview, vertical split

When I do C-c C-c l in a markdown buffer, the preview opens in a horizontal equal split. When I move up and down in markdown buffer, the preview buffer does not sync movements so I get to see in ...
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Previewing large images in emacs

I've found that if I open an image in Emacs over 1MB it starts to take a while. I justed opened up a 3MB and it took 16seconds. I'm just using the default image-mode is there a better way? Is there ...
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Typing in Live-Rendered Markdown

I know there are ways to preview markdown as you type but is there a way to avoid this duplication of text (rendered and pain text in different buffers)? Basically, I want to type in the preview. ...
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Embed a youtube video in org-mode buffer

I would like to display a youtube (or locally hosted) video inside an org-mode buffer, similar to how org-toggle-inline-images will preview an image file. How can I do this?
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Scaling of inline SVG previews in org-mode

If I insert a jpg in my org-mode document, I can preview it and scale its width, like so: Add the following code to my init.el file: (setq org-image-actual-width nil) Then insert this code in my ...
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How do I do live Markdown previewing as I'm writing it?

How can I do that either in a different buffer or even in the current buffer? I'm trying to do Github README.md and other Github rendering of Markdown (for notes and such),
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How to render latex expressions (not necessarily formula) inside buffer?

By preview-latex on can render latex formulae inside a tex buffer. The package px package renders latex formular inside an arbitrary buffer (see https://emacs.stackexchange.com/a/219/). A similar ...
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Which image viewer for large image collections?

From the built-in and MELPA available packages, which combination offers the easiest approach to managing a large collection of images (over 100K) in various formats (raw, jpg, tiff, png). I mainly ...
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Add an article preview to the gnus-summary-line-format

I am using gnus to read my email and the current setting for the gnus-summary-line-format in my .gnus.el is (gnus-summary-line-format "%U%~(pad-left 5)R: %~(max-right 25)D | %~(pad-right 25)~(max-...
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Rapidly preview files

Similar to this question, I'd like a tool/minor mode to quickly preview my files by merely having the cursor positioned over them (e.g. the currently selected file is displayed in the active buffer ...