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Re: using filter correctly?
- From: Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 29 Jul 2013 11:00:39 +0900
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In [emacs-w3m : No.12102] Samuel Wales wrote:
> It is the first item of `w3m-filter-configuration', and
> `w3m-filter-rules' is nil.
> I ran edebug on it [it does get called], and the buffer is blank.
> That must be the reason for the search not working, but I do not know
> the reason why it would be blank. The page shows after the filter is
The buffer where your filter runs is " *w3m-work*" (or perhaps
" *w3m-work*-123456"). Note that the name begins with SPC.
Here is a handy way to view that buffer while e-debugging. Add
something like this snippet to the beginning of your filter
(let ((pop-up-frames t)) (pop-to-buffer (current-buffer)))