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Unable to view thumbnails from Adobe Photoshop

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by troyster23, Oct 26, 2004.

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  1. troyster23

    troyster23 Thread Starter

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    I am unable to view JPG files as thumbnails. The issue began when I uninstalled Corel Software and Installed CD Burning Software. There are frames where the image should be. Any idea's. Is it a setting? I looked. When saving the image i made sure the option "view as thumbnail" was checked.

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    Troy
     
  2. uly7

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    At start of Photoshop, (before it open) click and hold Shift\Ctrl\Alt. (If you have a PC)
    this combination of keys, will restored Photoshop.
    Good Luck
    Uly7
     
  3. troyster23

    troyster23 Thread Starter

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    Thanks for the response. So your saying click on the photoshop icon (but do not open), hit the shift/cntrl/alt.
    Thanks,
    Troy
     
  4. uly7

    uly7

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    Hola Troy
    When you click in the Phtoshop icon to open, before it start, click and hold those 3 keys. A new window will appear asking you if you want to delete the preference file, say yes, and Photoshop will be restore. It may help you.
    Good luck
    Uly7
     
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