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I apologize if this is trivial question.

I'm looking for a graphic software, which will be able to preview pdn files in a form of thumbnails. Of course it would be nice, if instead it worked in the file manager since it is win-10 store application. Do you have any recommendation? I wish I missed something.

Thanks!

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File Explorer can already show thumbnails for PDN images because Paint.NET has a shell extension which does precisely that.

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Thanks @Rick Brewster for your time. I'm running 4.2.8 (Final 4.208.7276.37737) - with a little donation I made couple days ago ;) On my File Explorer I'm getting PDN icons (picture+brush). Is there anything wrong with my installation? Maybe I should reinstall Windows Store version?

Thanks again.

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It should just work. I have, however, noticed that it's inconsistent with images in my OneDrive folders. Sometimes it just doesn't work there and I don't know why.

 

Also, things could be weird if you have both the Classic and Store versions installed. If you've got both installed then uninstall both and then install the one you want to use.

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Thanks @Rick Brewster - you just made my day! I copied test folder to local Desktop and it shows the thumbs  just fine. I'm not running store version yet - I prefer to be in control of the updates (as much as I can). I checked - the OneDrive files are even available locally, so this may be another issue with file explorer or file system.

 

Thanks for the great program!

 

 

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