Hello Phil1923; AAAAAAAAAAAhhhhhhhhh the old shell game, "Now you See It and Now You Don't" ( BEER has got to help!!!)
In reply to TheSign Guy:
there's no problem under Windows 32 bits. I removed and installed again the Shell Extensions, and CPT thumbnails works fine
In reply to Ariel:
The Shell Extension is required for you to view thumbnails for CPT and CDR files.
If you remove it you won't see any previews. The shell extension adds this functionality to windows to View these files.
So... basically you shouldn't panic. Just re-install and your thumbnails will be back.
In reply to Adrian Juman:
Adrian JumanSo... basically you shouldn't panic.
But you still drink the beers.
In reply to Graewerld:
GraewerldBut you still drink the beers.
Yes, it is important to drink the beers... and get some more for later.
...And if everything crashes, go and get a GERMAN beer! (a good crystal wheat one not only freezes your brain, it clears all errors with one sip...)
In reply to mo:
That reminds me I need to look for some Grolsch... Haven't had one of that in a while.
Oh and some stella artois....
I think I might get tipsy tonight...lol
Everyone is invited...
I had exactly the same problem. I should not have uninstalled X6.
I uninstalled X4 and reinstalled it. Same problem, the cpt thumbnails were not restored.
I decided to reinstall the X6 Trial version and that restored everything.
I have Windows 7, 64 bit and just realized that X6 handles large files much better in PhotoPaint.
X4 can't handle them very well, some layers don't even show up on the screen.
So I will buy the upgrade.
This thread was very helpful, thanks to all who contributed.
In reply to tristan:
In reply to Phil1923:
I work in a sign shop and we do large format digital prints. I often have to print at 96x300 inches. I see a huge difference between X6 and X4.
I`'m use to piling stuff in the playing field, not using Layers like Photoshop. X4 will at times give me a white screen instead of showing me the objects
I am working with. I have to play with the zoom tool and find the right zoom factor to see them (weird, I know). Or, some objects will only be marqueed and
I can`t see them at all. X6 is a workhorse. Works like a charm. No more issues. I decided to buy the upgrade today and am very happy with it.
Reading on what you guys are finding out I am going to postpone upgrading to a 64 bit
I'll buy some beer instead Cheers.
In reply to Giulio:
Of course some of us do not want Windows to display thumbnails of Coreldraw images. I recall a time or two when I had to do a bit of nosing about to figure out how to uninstall the thumbnail view shell extension.
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