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Apparently there was some kind of evil-mode conflict. The following line fixed everything: (evil-set-initial-state 'image-dired-thumbnail-mode 'emacs) I hope this helps someone :-)


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When I type return on an image thumbnail, the focus is switched to the displayed image buffer. Is there a setting that will make the focus stay in the thumbnail buffer? What you're asking for is the default behaviour so far as I can see (when running image-dired in both emacs 24.5 and 25.2). You should be able to confirm that by running emacs -Q. What ...


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This is a feature of dired+ as far as I can tell. C-t C-t is bound to image-dired-dired-toggle-marked-thumbs, which first checks whether the file is an image or not with diredp-get-image-filename. This procedure runs image-file-name-regexp to generate a regular expression matching all image file names. Then it creates thumbnails with Imagemagick's convert ...


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An Elisp regexp can't express this, AFAIK. (Some regexp dialects can.) But you can do it in two steps: Mark oil matches, which will include some wip matches. UNmark wip matches. There seems to be no command image-dired-unmark-tagged-files. But you can define one, just by binding dired-marker-char to a space char and "marking" with that. Like ...


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image-dired uses start-process and call-process. This means, it cannot handle remote files. If you want support for remote files, you might write an Emacs bug report.


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You can select the picture in the *image-dired* buffer and press + to increase the size of the selected picture.


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You might try customizing one or both of these image-dired options (the text is what you get with C-h v). image-dired-thumb-relief - Size of button-like border around thumbnails. image-dired-thumb-margin - Size of the margin around thumbnails. This is where you see the cursor. There are many other image-dired options, some of which might also help you more ...


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Use Bookmark+ together with image-dired or Dired+. Bookmark+ lets you create autofile bookmarks, which essentially means that you can treat files as bookmarks. In particular, you can tag them. Image Dired (part of vanilla Emacs) lets you show image files using thumbnails in Dired. Dired+ lets you show an image preview (aka thumbnail) in a tooltip when you ...


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Upgrading Emacs from 24.4 to 24.5 solves the problem, although I am not sure what is wrong with my built of Emacs 24.4. (I compiled both versions of Emacs from source on Mac OS X Yosemite.)


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diredp-toggle-find-file-reuse-dir does not prevent you from opening multiple Dired buffers for different directories (e.g. subdirs). It should be irrelevant here, but you might want to describe just what you are doing, step by step. With multiple Dired buffers open, you can mark files (and subdirs) in any of them. with Dired+ (which you are apparently using),...


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