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As an alternative, you can use the ox-pandoc package. Pandoc itself has a command line option called --self-contained which will embed images in html. To you use this for just the pandoc HTML5 exporter, by putting this in your .emacs: (setq org-pandoc-options-for-html5 '((standalone . t) (self-contained . t))) Also, you could have it for html4 instead/as ...


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I would use #+ATTR_LATEX: :width 10.6\textwidth [[file:curves.jpg]] This is described here: https://orgmode.org/manual/Images-in-LaTeX-export.html For specifying image ‘:width’, ‘:height’, and other ‘:options’, use this syntax: #+ATTR_LATEX: :width 5cm :options angle=90 [[./img/sed-hr4049.pdf]]


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I've found a solution using SVG.


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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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I have a solution that does 2 things: Attempt to open any XML file in nXML mode, and this obviously needs to include SVG files. If such a file is an SVG file, then define C-c C-c to image-mode. For the first item, I use magic-mode-alist to select nxml-mode on some sequences at the beginning of the buffer: <?xml, some DOCTYPE line with XHTML, and <svg ...


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