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Thumbnails in CS2

Sometimes when I am in a document that has several pictures, some of the thumbnails are blank even though they are pictures. If I double click on the blank thumbnail, then it will show correctly in the large view. Even scrolling between the thumbnails will not show the picture unless I double click. Is there a fix for this?

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Photoshop automate-batch rename


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Once you've added you're photos, you can set a different photo to act as thumbnail (the programme automatically chooses the first photo/slide, indicated by a little green ticked box sign).
To change the thumbnail to a different photo, highlight the photo you want as thumbnail by clicking it - the frame will change to yellow - and then click on the green ticked box command ("Set Thumbnail") at the top of the window.
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You will find a User's Guide on the install disc. It can be accessed by inserting the install disc and clicking on the relevant link, or you can right click on your CD/DVD drive (in "My Computer") and then click on "Explore" to look for it on the install disc - it's a pdf file.

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I have full Photoshop and when one loads it, it appears to go away for a while before it displays the spalsh screen.

If you havee the picture file thing running, it takes quite a while to generate the thumbnails and the screen may be non responsive while it is doing this.

Do CTRL-ALT-DEL and verify that it is not running.

Also verify thaat you have adeqquate memory to run it.

Some programs seem to require being installed in SAFE mode for some reason.

These are just a few ideas for you to look at as possibilities...

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If you can see your photos on the Album timeline then this means that the thumbnails have been created OK so it should be that your jpegs are on you PC somewhere do a search for one of the filenames on you r C: drive to see if they can be found, this will tell you the folder that they have been saved in if you want to can then copy them all back onto your SD Card.

The default folder for import varies you may have asked for them to be copied to an obsure folder location the search method is the best way to see if you can recover them.

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Sorry I only just saw your posst so this may be far too late, but at least for future reference: -36 is one of the oldest and most ubiquitous errors in the Mac world.

It's name is "ioErr" and the rather obtuse explanation for it is "I/O error (bummers)" ie, there was some kind of input/output error.

This should mean that XPress is trying to work with a corrupt file.

The most likely suspects, in rough order, are a text or picture file that XPress just tried to import; an auxiliary file such as a font, profile or XPress Xtension; a text or picture file already imported; the XPress document you are working with; your XPress Preferences file; XPress itself.

Working with XPress since version 2 on Apple system 6 I have never seen any guaranteed cure for a -36 error but there are three basic remedies, none of which is by any means certain.

Any corrupt file just might be revived by Copying it to another location.

If the file seems to be an XPress document and can be Opened at all, there is a better chance of reviving it by first making a new, blank XPress document containing nothing more than the one obligatory blank pagewith the same page size as the suspect had. Saving, Closing and re-Opening the blank document alongside the suspect, setting both documents to Thumbnails view then manually Dragging each page from the suspect into the blank will essentially cause XPress to look at what it's doing, rather than assuming that all the components are workable. Fairly obviously, it may be safer to Drag one page at a time Saving, Closing and re-Opening the "rescue" file between Drags.

Again if the file seems to be an XPress document and can be Opened at all, there is a better chance of reviving it by working with a Copy, deleting either half of its contents - whether whole pages or items on a single page - Saving the remainder, Closing re-Opening, testing and perhaps again deleting half the contents…

Good luck

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Your best bet is to use the built-in File Browser. It has 2 panes: 1 is a directory tree and the other is a thumbnail view of folder contents. I know Photoshop has this and would expect that Publisher has the same. So instead of going to File>Open, use the File Browser which is usually located near the top right-hand side of the toolbar within the application. Double-click a thumbnail to open the file.

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