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If you want to generally change/add the rendering of nodes of a certain tag type you just add an association from the tag as symbol to the rendering function in the list shr-external-rendering-functions. Example: Render <em> nodes using a self defined function my-tag-em: (add-to-list 'shr-external-rendering-functions '(em . my-tag-em)) I have tested ...


This is most likely related to the following bug which was fixed in Emacs 26.1: https://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/bugreport.cgi?bug=11788.


Put this in $HOME/.emacs.d/init.el and start up emacs: (setq inhibit-startup-screen t) (eww-open-file "/path/to/startup.html") If you want to visit a URL instead, just replace the second line with (eww "https://example.com/index.html")


in my case, scaling didn't work because my variable-pitch configuration specified the :height in the format 140. i switched it to the format 1.3. and now it works. (thanks Basil for the pointers. emacs -Q will come in handy again i'm sure.)


I fixed the same issue with a noob solution so here it is: I basically added a hook that calls eww-reload on the "other frame" -that supposedly has the web page open- once the markdown gets saved. This works fine for me as I usually have my window split into two frames only when I'm writing in markdown, one for md and the other for preview -using either ...


I don't have any experience with w3m, so I don't know how it compares, but I've found EWW to work OK for Wikipedia, so I occasionally use it for that. As for what it's good for: I use it to read/browse the OCaml and Coq documentation for which I find it works about as well as my browser with the advantage that it's actually faster and that I can navigate it ...

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