Before anyone freaks out the next time they try to build the master branch, I wanted to mention that I've reworked the way we display image attachments inline.
Basically I've handed the job over to Björn Lindqvist's GtkImageView library , which handles pixbuf scaling, panning and caching better than we do. The new code takes the form of an EMFormat plugin called "image-inline" (in the spirit of its siblings, "audio-inline" and "vcard-inline"). To really see the plugin in action, find or send yourself a large image attachment (wallpapers make for a good demo) -- something that Evolution has to scale down to fit in its window. Then double click the image and use the mouse to pan around the full size image. Double click again to get back to the scaled down image. The -real- benefit to us (er, mainly me I guess) is getting to rip out a bunch of rusty old image handling code from the mailer, particularly in em-format-html-display.c. As always you can choose not to link to GtkImageView with a configure option: --disable-image-inline. But doing this will prevent you from viewing "image/*" attachments directly in Evolution. Matthew Barnes  http://trac.bjourne.webfactional.com/chrome/common/gtkimageview-docs/ _______________________________________________ Evolution-hackers mailing list Evolutionfirstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers