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3.2 Toggle displaying inline images

If the Emacs version you're using is capable of displaying images in buffers, then emacs-w3m can display them in web pages, just like "graphical" browsers like Mozilla do. You should make sure your Emacs is correctly setup for images before trying to use any of the following commands (see section 2.1 What version of Emacs can be used?).

To toggle displaying of images in the current buffer, use T. It makes emacs-w3m fetch the images from the server, then display them in the buffer, at the position they would have in a "graphical" browser. If you hit the key again, images will disappear from the buffer.

By default, emacs-w3m won't display images, but you can change its behavior and choose to always display images, for this you need to customize the w3m-default-display-inline-images variable and change its value from nil to t. See section 5. Customizable variables.

Emacs-w3m also comes with nifty features that let you zoom an image in or out, save it to a file, or view it in a external viewer. See also 3.1.2 Moving from place to place in a page for instructions on how to move from image to image in an emacs-w3m buffer.

Toggle displaying of inline images in this buffer and buffers created from this buffer, later on (w3m-toggle-inline-images).

View the image under point in an external viewer (w3m-view-image).

Save the image under point to an external file. The default name will be the original name of the image, so most of the time M-i RET will save the image with the right name (w3m-save-image).

Zoom out the image under point (w3m-zoom-out-image).

Zoom in the image under point (w3m-zoom-in-image).

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