In XP, after installing Paint Shop Pro, when I looked in my picture folders, I could see the real image of the picture, not just the icon, no matter what the file type was, ex: .psp, .tub, .jpeg.
It was a folder of mini pictures and no longer just icons that I had to open in a program to see what they looked like.
Now in Windows 7, after installing Paint Shop Pro, I can see what .jpegs and gifs and .png files are, but .psp, .tub, .png files are just icons of the files, no mini pics!!
I have to open those file types in a PSPro to see what they look like. I can't believe Windows would go backwards since so many people are working with photos now. Does anyone have any idea how to change those icons back to mini previews of the real picture?
2nd issue; in a folder of graphics, everytime I go to delete or move a picture file, I get a message that says I need permission, all I do is click the continue button and it does what I wanted it to do, but is there any way to get rid of that pesty notice??
this is driving me crazy, I sort my graphics in a folder, I will put "like" pics together, stacked them on top of each other, and when I'm finished sorting them, I lasso the stack and move them in another folder.
To do this in xp, I just turn off the auto something(?) (where you right click in the folder and the menu for view and sort comes up and you click on sort, go down to auto something, and turn it off. Then you can move files anywhere you want to and they stay where you put them! When auto is on, all the files will move together when you delete or move a file.)
Some things in W 7 are pretty neat, but why did they play with the little things that you dont miss till theyre gone??
Thanks so much!