cant see my thumbnails

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Jean Pierre Daviau, Mar 15, 2008.

  1. Hi to the experts,

    I can see my jpg tif gif thumbnails but I cant see my psd
    thumbnails in open file PS CS3.

    The samething appens for the thumbnails in windows explorer
    (but not the psd.)

    Adobe Bridge works perfectly.



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    Thanks for your attention.


    Jean Pierre Daviau
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    Olympus sp-550uz
    CS3 suite
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    asus p4 s533/333/133
    Intel(R) Celeron (R) CPU 2.00 GHz
    MMX(TM), SSe SSE2
    Processor Radeon7000 0x5159 agp
     
    Jean Pierre Daviau, Mar 15, 2008
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  2. I have a related question - my Windows machine displays PSD thumbnails when
    I open a folder (I am talking about in windows XP itself and not an
    application) but my new Vista machine doesn't. I seem to remember that
    windows didn't always display PSD thumbnails but I can't remember when or
    how display came about. I seem to think it is something photoshop does or
    was it a windows service pack? Does anybody know what I can do to get it in
    Vista?

    Malcolm
     
    Malcolm Smith, Mar 17, 2008
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  3. Jean Pierre Daviau

    KatWoman Guest

    you may have had an earlier install of PS 7 on that comp

    PSD thumbs were removed from later versions of PS after that for all Windows
    OS, not a Vista thing
    they say it is incompatible for windows systems
    but there is a work-around
    I have used it on XP with no issues, have not tried Vista
    Google for PSICON.DLL

    it has the file and the how to install it


    it is a registry fix that will make thumbnails for PSD
    or you could install an old PS like version 7

    always back up registry before fiddling
     
    KatWoman, Mar 18, 2008
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  4. Thanks
     
    Jean Pierre Daviau, Mar 18, 2008
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  5. Jean Pierre Daviau

    KatWoman Guest


    YW

    glad to help
     
    KatWoman, Mar 19, 2008
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