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Re: html images still not viewed in gnus [was: From newbie: problems with installation of w3m]

Rodolfo Medina wrote:

> After some difficulties, in the end I managed to install
> emacs-w3m in my system, but still can't view images within html mails,
> with gnus.
> [...]
> Before installing emacs-w3m, I installed the following packages:
> gc.tar.gz; openssl-0.9.7e.tar.gz; w3m-0.5.1.tar.gz.
> I don't know if it's important, but during the 'make' step
> in the installation of openssl-0.9.7e.tar.gz
> the following message went on appearing:
> `-mcpu=' is deprecated. Use `-mtune=' or '-march=' instead.
> No other problems seemed to occur.
> [...]
> I'm attaching all the steps I followed during the installation of
> emacs-w3m.

Katsumi Yamaoka wrote:

> Hm, I couldn't find out what blocks you to see inline images
> after all.
> [...]
> Can you see this image?
> [...]
> the image in this message should be viewed if your Emacs
> supports the png image format.


> I could see the image on my mail server website, before downloading it,
> and I can see it very well in MS Outlook (which I'm still using expecting
> to migrate to gnus); instead, when I downloaded your message via gnus
> I couldn't see the image. In its place the following line appears:
> [cid]
> Any idea?


> Move the cursor there and type `C-h c t'.  Does the following
> result appear in the echo area?
>t runs the command w3m-safe-toggle-inline-image
>(You may use `M-x describe-key-briefly RET t' instead.

Yes, in the echo area that message appears if I do 'C-h c t'
and also if I do `M-x describe-key-briefly RET t'.


> And then, type the `t' key (or the `i' key).  Doesn't the image
> appear?

Unfortunately not! When I type `t' onto '[cid]' nothing happens;
if I type 't' in another place of the message, in the echo area
this message appears: 'No image at point'.
In my .emacs there's still:

(require 'w3m-load)

, and in my .gnus.el:

(setq mm-inline-text-html-renderer 'w3m)
;(setq mm-inline-text-html-with-images t)
(setq mm-text-html-renderer t)
(setq mm-w3m-safe-url-regexp nil)

. Do you have any thought?
Thanks indeed, and sorry for annoying.