Andreas Kloeckner <inf...@tiker.net> writes: > David Bremner <da...@tethera.net> writes: > >> Andreas Kloeckner <inf...@tiker.net> writes: >> >>> Thanks for getting back to me! It turns out that your idea with the HTML >>> viewer (`mm-text-html-renderer`) was spot-on. I had that set to 'w3m', >>> and reverting it to the default (`shr`) not only renders faster and more >>> nicely, it also removes the undesired privacy problem of fetching remote >>> images. >>> >> >> Great. >> >> Dear Notmuch people, should we document this issue somehow? Maybe even >> try to detect it with customize? > > One thing I wanted to emphasize is that this issue, as far as I can > tell, is a regression. I don't quite know what versions, but I do know > that previously remote content was not fetched when viewing a message.
I can join in that. I use w3m and it has a setting for this itself, `w3m-default-display-inline-images`, being nil by default, meaning do not show images. This is what I have. Still, after a rebuild of emacs I have the same issue (as OP) when rendering html inline using notmuch, images are downloaded and displayed. I /think/ it started after the rebuild of emacs, but I am not 100% sure this is the point of "regression", because I have also upgraded the w3m package at some point. However, the not showing of images work as expected during normal browsing of the internet with w3m. I wonder if it is due to the w3m package or something else? Best regards -- Tomas _______________________________________________ notmuch mailing list email@example.com https://notmuchmail.org/mailman/listinfo/notmuch