Sven Neumann wrote:
There is no reason why there shouldn't be thumbnails in the file selector on Win32 and indeed a lot of users report that there are thumbnails. So perhaps you should go to the Preferences dialog and enable them again since most likely you just disabled them for whatever reason. They are on by default.
Oh, I thought these preferences were related to thumbnails written on disk (like the old time .xvpics or the more recent freedesktop standard or the ones the windows explorer is putting everywhere by default).
So is it possible to have thumbnails in the open window and nothing saved on disk ? I do not care on linux to have thumbnails since my file manager creates some (Rox-Filer), but under windows, it is undesirable.
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