About thumbnails… 2012-07-05T05:31:25+00:00

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  • ceramist
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    Why is my preview of graphics files were obtained with such a low resolution? Approximately 40 pixels by 50. Images blurred, nothing to parse. Version 1.39.

  • Maurizio
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    Hi, I’ve added your request (increase thumbnail resolution) to the internal todo ist.

  • ceramist
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    In the version 1.32 it was all normal. And now it is impossible to use. 🙁

  • Maurizio
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    Since the file icon has become smaller, I thought such a high resolution for thumbnails wasn’t needed anymore, so I decreased it.

    (And I don’t see what good it would make to increase the thumbnail resolution while leaving the current icon size)

    Are you by any chance referring to the "gallery" file view mode? That’s the only place I can see where it would make sense to increase the resolution.

  • ceramist
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    I tried all the view modes. At first everything was just perfect. The size of files preview was about 25 – 30 kb. It was clearly visible content. This is important when a large number of photos. Now thumbnails are 1 – 2 kb and nothing for them to be seen.

  • Maurizio
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    Post count: 196

    I don’t get if you are asking for bigger icons, or just for higher resolution icons.

  • ceramist
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    Post count: 4

    I want to see the contents of a graphic file, rather than guess about it. At first, everything worked!
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3299438/screen.jpg
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3299438/screen%201.jpg

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