On Sat, 14 Aug 2004 08:30:18 -0400
Gary Montalbine <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote the words:
> Linux GIMP wrote:
> > Talking about thumbnail viewers:
> > First off, I have also searched for a thumbnail viewer that will
> > show xcf files. I have GThumb installed (Gentoo box) and it does
> > not show my xcf file thumbnails. I have searched for any type of
> > settings/preferences dialogue but found nothing.
> > I would also kill for a viewer which can read bzipped files. I have
> > huge tiff files which I scan in then manipulate. I keep in
> > originals int tif.bz2 format. The "open file" dialogue box is the
> > only thingy I have found capable of generating & showing a thumbnail
> > of these files.
> > Any suggestions or hits with the stupid stick that you can send my
> > way?
> > As ever I am grateful.
> > Adrain
> I stumbled on Nautilus. A program that shows the thumbnails once I
> create them in the "open file" dialogue box. I can now see a whole
> directory of thumbnails.
> Nautilus might be the file manager for gnome.
You are correct that Nautilus is a file manager for Gnome. I have it
installed and just played around with it. It shows thumbnails for
neither xcf files nor tif.bz2 files, even though I have created
thumbnails for those images in Gimp via the "open file" dialogue box.
But you say this works on your system?? So I wonder what could be the
difference . . .
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