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Is it possible to include a base64 image in org file?

This is already the second request I know of for displaying images without files on hard-disk. So maybe it is really time for a feature request at the org-mode mailing list (org-submit-bug-report). ...
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Display inline eps images in Org mode

There are various things that can go wrong: does your emacs support ImageMagick? Evaluate (image-type-available-p 'imagemagick); if that returns t, this check passes. If not, you'll have to rebuild ...
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How can I yank images from Emacs?

A very rudimentary function that will yank the displayed image at point to the X11 clipboard: (defun x11-yank-image-at-point-as-image () "Yank the image at point to the X11 clipboard as image/png." ...
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How do I force SVG figures to appear inline on a white background?

Add this to your .emacs, followed by (setq org-inline-image-background "white") Credit for this answer: NickD
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Does Org-mode support display inline images for format like svg, gif?

From the manual: C-c C-x C-v (org-toggle-inline-images) Toggle the inline display of linked images. Normally this will only inline images that have no description part in the link, i.e., ...
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Tooltip on inline images in org-mode

It is not possible AFAICT out of the box. I did something similar here: http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu/blog/2016/03/21/Displaying-image-overlays-on-image-filenames-in-Emacs/ and modified tooltips ...
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How can I yank images from Emacs?

From @aplaice's answer, adapted to macOS: (defun ns-yank-image-at-point-as-image () "Yank the image at point to the X11 clipboard as image/png." (interactive) (let ((image (get-text-...
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Imagemagick not supported in Emacs on windows?

I hacked some support for image scaling in windows using the imagemagick executables here: https://github.com/jkitchin/scimax/blob/master/scimax-org.el#L1158 As noted in some comments above, you ...
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How to get org mode attached images visible with 'org-toggle-inline-images'?

Use the first method, i.e. (setq org-attach-store-link-p 'attached), attach the image with C-c C-a as usual, insert an attachment link with C-c C-l, but make sure that the description is empty: do not ...
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inline images stop working- wrong-type-argument. (setq org-startup-with-inline-images t) causes errors on start

Since we have eliminated most things outside of emacs - I see you have org 9.7. Did you recently upgrade org? I know that org-mode is finnicky to upgrade, and I know that doom emacs has occasional ...
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How do I increase through one setting the width/size of all inline SVG figures?

I am not aware of an 'out of the box' solution. However, it is very easy to create one. Images in org mode are created via the function org--create-inline-image, where it gets passed a scaling of 1. ...
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How to get attr_html per file or subtree in org mode?

Following up on my comment, you can use CSS to do that per file (it is not possible however to limit the CSS to a subtree). All you have to do is add this at the top of your file: #+HTML_HEAD_EXTRA: &...
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Show included text inline, like with org-display-inline-images

To see included files you should export your buffer to an Org buffer, as in: (require 'ox-org) Then export to Org with C-c C-e O O. There is a lot going on when you include a file, so the contents ...
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How to generate inline plot result for ob-clojure?

By pass in target directory as path into Clojure code, and use java.io.File.renameTo to move generate plot image file to target dir. Here is the complete story background: https://stardiviner.github....
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How can I access the :file src header argument inside the src block

You could wrap the output with next code and create file and link after block #+name: attr_wrap #+begin_src sh :session :var file=/tmp/py87133eo.png echo "$data" > /tmp/$file ln -s /tmp/$file /...
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