Re: viewing x-faces on the console
On August 17, 2003 at 6:42AM +0800,
csj <email@example.com> wrote:
> I seem to recall being able to view x-faces on the console a few
> months back. To be sure the x-face appears on its own buffer,
> rather than in-line.
> Now I can only see them when running emacs under X (although I
> can save the x-face with the command x-face-save and view the
> resultant file with say fbi). Aside from my MUA, wanderlust, I
> have the following packages installed: x-face-el, select-xface
> and bitmap-mule.
Latest version of Debian x-face-el (188.8.131.52-3) has a conditional
`(if (not window-system) nil (...)'. It might cause your problem.
I didn't want to load x-face related functions when `emacs -nw'.
I don't know the console environment well.
Does anybody have any suggestions for the x-face-el startup file?
(I'm Debian maintainer of x-face-el, select-xface, bitmap-mule and wl.)