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How to change PSD icons from thumbnails to normal icons?

Posted on 2002-07-24
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(Photoshop 7) How is this done?  I can go to the Properties for the .psd file and I uncheck "Generate Thumbnails".  Then it resets the icon for THAT file only.. it should reset ALL .PSD files back to regular icons, because the properties for every single PSD file has the "Generate Thumbnails" checkbox unchecked... though it still displays the thumbnail.

Is there something I can do to revert back to regular icons system-wide?

Same goes for Illustrator 10.  If I turn off thumbnail icons, it only does it for one icon.

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by:MDesigner
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Too often I solve my own problems.. :)

The solution was to download TweakUI, and go to the Repair tab and choose "Rebuild Icons".  It apparently makes Windows flush its icon cache and rebuild everything.

Could someone from EE please close this question out and return my points?

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do it urself by posting a comment n community support . the EE guys will take care for it

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No comment has been added to this question in more than 21 days, so it is now classified as abandoned.

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Yikes!

To MOD. Please ignore previous (07/03/04 01:38PM)

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