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I discovered this functionality is already built-in to Helm. To use it, use the up and down arrows and press C-up/C-down.


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And again we have a use-case for image data not stored on harddisk. (The other two use-cases are base64 encoded images in org buffers and displaying previews of youtube videos.) Get org-yt and paste the following elisp code into your init-file. After evaluating your init-file you can use links analog to the example: [[imghttp://tn-home.de/Pic/tn-home.png]]...


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As of markdown-mode 2.1, this is functionality is provided in markdown-live-preview-mode (bound to C-c C-c l). It uses eww for rendering the HTML. Screenshot:


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Here's a pretty long but efficient solution. Install simple-httpd and M-x httpd-start. Install markdown from your system's package manager. Open your markdown buffer and run markdown-export. That produces a HTML file in the same directory. Open that HTML file. Install impatient-mode and M-x impatient-mode. Go back to your markdown file. Finally, evaluate ...


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This StackOverflow question is the same as yours. And the accepted answer by the OP is a good one. There are other good answers there, as well. Similarly, this question to help-gnu-emacs@gnu.org is essentially the same also. My own answer to both questions is to use Icicles and to define this command: (defun my-find-file () "Like `icicle-find-...


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Others will no doubt mention packages that are made specifically for handling images. This answer, about some more general features, might nevertheless help. Dired+ provides a few enhancements regarding image files. Most of these require standard library image-dired.el. One of them, command diredp-do-display-images, which displays all of the marked image ...


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Live preview of Markdown in Emacs is discussed in the terrific Guide to Markdown Mode for Emacs and also at the Emacs wiki. The markdown-preview-eww package will use Emacs' build-in eww browser to preview Markdown in a separate pane within Emacs: A few other solutions will auto-refresh external web browsers as one types, notably Impatient Mode and Livedown....


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Based on the source of flymd, you need to add \.txt\' to the option flymd-markdown-file-type as well, using M-x customize-option.


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Putting (require 'tex-fold) (add-hook 'LaTeX-mode-hook 'TeX-fold-mode) in .emacs then M-x TeX-fold-buffer (or the shortcut C-c C-o C-b) can do what I was looking for.


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