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Thumbnails now reverting to PDN logo in Windows Explorer


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Pyro-GX, for the next update you should see thumbnails for TGA and also DDS image types. I have it working right now, I just need to test it to make sure it doesn't do something weird (like gobble up memory or whatever).

 

I've been wanting to add this support for awhile ... finally decided to do it this weekend :)

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Windows 10 64 bit - it's still an issue for me. When I set the default program for opening .jpg for instance to Paint.net, thumbnails are not created. When I change that to paint or any other photoviewer, the tumbnails are created and are visible for Paint.net.

 

But when a new file is created with Paint.net as default, no thumbnail is created. Is there a way to roll back or fix?

 

In the attached picture you see what I mean. In Explorer, the left picture is the thumbnail created when "windows paint" was set as default for .JPG.

At the right, the same picture (made a small change with Paint.net) when Paint.NET was set as the default program. 

 

I hope this is clear.

 

 

Thanks for the good work

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This problem ist back for me on windows 10 right now.

Application                                                  paint.net v4.3.2 (Stable 4.302.7947.34042)
Build Date                                                   Montag, 4. Oktober 2021

 

windows 10 ltsc 10.0.17763 build 17763

 

A fix would be most welcome. Working with a larger amount of pictures becomes impossible if you only see paint.net icons and not the preview thumbnail.

 

Thanks!

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