The thumbnail for every picture in each of my photo folders is an orange quartered flower. Each individual picture folder is labeled correctly but I have to click on each thumbnail in the folder one at a time until I find the picture that I'm looking for. This is on a 64 bit Windows seven system. I also have Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 installed , but this problem just recently started doing this. I've read and read articles in How-To Geek, Windows 7 column and cannot find the right article. I tried accessories → tools →disc cleanup → thumbnail cleanup and this didn't change anything. Hovering over the flower thumbnail doesn't show what is under it, I have to open it up to see. Please help me, Thanks!
(Solved) - photo thumbnails are orange flowers for every picture in Windows Photo Gallery(7 posts)
whs, Thank you very much! I do not remember changing any settings, unless I clicked on something while playing around in Photoshop 10. I un-clicked the "Always show icons, never thumbnails" and everything is back like it was. Thanks again
I use the Faststone Viewer as my default too. It is an excellent photo viewing product with a lot of functions. But the Windows PG works well too - has a lot less function though.
LH, btw: switching the photo viewer would not have solved his problem. He would have only been looking at a different icon.
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