Problem in Win7 SP1 Explorer.


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Peter Jason

For some time a problem occurs at random.

When I process photos in Explorer (sort, move,
rename etc), the "extra-large icons" tend flip
over from the image to the icon - so obscuring the
image. Cold booting fixes it but this is slow.

Peter
 
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philo 

For some time a problem occurs at random.

When I process photos in Explorer (sort, move,
rename etc), the "extra-large icons" tend flip
over from the image to the icon - so obscuring the
image. Cold booting fixes it but this is slow.

Peter



Hit the refresh key (F5) and see if that helps
 
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Iceman

For some time a problem occurs at random.

When I process photos in Explorer (sort, move,
rename etc), the "extra-large icons" tend flip
over from the image to the icon - so obscuring the
image. Cold booting fixes it but this is slow.
If you have many photos, maybe using an image viewer is better. I've used
IrfanView now for a number of years and I'm always pleased.

http://www.irfanview.com/
 
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QuestionQuigley

If you have many photos, maybe using an image viewer is better. I've used
IrfanView now for a number of years and I'm always pleased.

http://www.irfanview.com/

Good suggestion. Irfanview is great. I use it instead of any MS or other
products. Lets you move through phots rapidly.
 
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Peter Jason

If you have many photos, maybe using an image viewer is better. I've used
IrfanView now for a number of years and I'm always pleased.

http://www.irfanview.com/
I have a trial of "Lightroom" at the moment and I
want it as a database for all my images that are
far too numerous to count.

Like the old "Digital Image Suite 9" of old where
the database was easy to apply.
 
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Bob I

I fear it doesn't.
Perhaps just restart Explorer. (Task Manager, Processes, explorer.exe,
End Process Applications, New Task, explorer.exe)
 

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