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Make Emacs your choice of image viewer!
Use the ‘convert’ program from ImageMagick  to:
Also see Tumme which is more actively developed, provide approximately the same functionality (and more) and comes with Emacs 22.
Xemacs version: Lisp:thumbs-xmas.el
NOTE: The more recent version of thumbs in it’s xemacs version exist but have not been tested. I dont want to maintain it. If you are volunteer to do so, please tell me.
In your ~/.emacs file:
(autoload 'thumbs "thumbs" "Preview images in a directory." t)
will prompt you for a directory name (defaulting to the current one).
In dired, C-t m will pop a thumbs directory with the marked files.
I had to make a change to get this to work on Windows. The function thumbs-thumbname tried to make a filename that looked like ‘c:pathtofilethenfilename’ which didnt’ work. I changed it to the following and it worked great. – RyanBowman
(defun thumbs-thumbname (img) "Return a thumbnail name for the image IMG." (concat thumbs-thumbsdir "/" (thumbs-subst-char-in-string ?\ ?\_ (apply 'concat (split-string (expand-file-name img) "[:/]"))))) ;; changed "/" to "[:/]"
I tried an alternate change after running into and debugging the same problem (should have looked here first!). – RobDavenport
(defun thumbs-thumbname (img) "Return a thumbnail name for the image IMG." (concat thumbs-thumbsdir "/" (thumbs-subst-char-in-string ?\ ?\_ (apply 'concat (split-string (file-relative-name (expand-file-name img)) "/")))))
Ryan’s is probably the better solution.