The mod requires SyncTERM. If a user runs it in a terminal other than SyncTERM, it offers a polite error message and quits.
Actually, it also works on MagiTerm :) I was trying it out earlier. I did notice some differences when comparing the two.
* Syncterm displays the sixel while loading it, whereas magiterm waits for
it to load before displaying it.
* Syncterm moves the cursor to the end of the sixel image, magiterm the
cursor stays where it was when sending the sixel.
I'm guessing you're scaling images to fit to the screen with image magick as well as converting them? If so perhaps that could be an option, or just scale so the width fits?
Syncterm / Magiterm both scroll sixel images that
are to high for the screen.
Anyway, cool mod & well done :)
That's interesting, because for me scrolling back in SyncTerm seems to destroy the sixel image; it just disappears completely. Maybe I'm doing something wrong?
When the user selects one, it calls Imagemagick to convert the
selected image to sixel format, and then displays the resulting sixel
to the user. Imagemagick conversion is pretty quick, depending on the
size and complexity of the image being converted.
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