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Lucas in order for it to complete "from module as MD" you would have to add MD.whatever stuff to the dictionary manually in a text editor, since there's no way for Pydiction to know what aliases you might make up. You could alternatively use omni-completion with C-X C-O.
Re: Good project
> Imgv seems to be a nice app.
> I just downloaded and tried it on a MS
> and it's really really fast!
> I just noticed two little things that
> bother me:
> - I can't resize the window
> - No proxy can be configured to access
> the Internet.
You can resize by clicking the 'Resize Window' menu option or simply pressing the function key shortcuts for imgv to automatically choose appropriate window resolutions. For example, F1 = 640x480, F2 = 800x600, F3 = 1024x768, F4 = 1280x1024, F5 = fullscreen
I'll add proxy support soon