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Re: Need File Thumbnails ?

Hi Tim;

Thanks for responding.

On Fri, 2007-07-13 at 16:20 +0930, Tim wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-07-13 at 02:19 -0400, William Case wrote:
> > I think there is a way to set up certain image files so that the image
> > that they contain is shown as an icon/thumbnail. 
> Shown where?
> Nautilus does that by default, though a default option is to not attempt
> to do so with very large files.  Just browse through the Nautilus
> options to change that.

Nautilus does that for most image types, but not for *.png -- at least
not for me.  Getting old; memories going; but I thought I used to be
able to get a thumbnail with *.png.  Checked non-TuxPaint *.png; didn't
display either.

These are not large files (47.5 KiB) and the Nautilus settings have been
double checked and are correct.  Nautilus shows thumb nails of other
image types.  eg *.svg, *.jpg.

Although this is properly a Gnome question, I haven't bothered asking
there.  Never have gotten a useful response from the Gnome mailing list,
forum or various IRCs.
Regards Bill

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