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'''Thumbnails''' are reduced-size versions of pictures, serving the same role for images as a normal text index does for words.
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Has anyone used this tool yet?
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I have downloaded it and will install it in the near future.
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Thanks,
  
== [[Windows]] ==
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Redloco
 
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See [[Thumbs.db]].
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== [[Windows]] Vista ==
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[[Thumbs.db]] no longer exists in Vista. This data has been moved to ''\Users\\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Explorer''
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[[Windows]] Vista will save thumbnails for files on a mounted encrypted filesystems.
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== KDE & GNOME ==
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KDE and GNOME are popular desktop environments for [[Linux]] and [[UNIX]] platforms. They are storing thumbnails in ''~/.thumbnails''.
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Example thumbnail in GNOME:
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<pre>
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$ hachoir-metadata .thumbnails/normal/0d97afdc637ac86d75d13e72172dc77c.png
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Metadata:
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- Image width: 128 pixels
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- Image height: 122 pixels
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- Bits/pixel: 24
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- Pixel format: RGB
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- Compression rate: 1.6x
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- Compression: deflate
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- Producer: GNOME::ThumbnailFactory
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- Comment: Thumb::Image::Width=779
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- Comment: Thumb::Image::Height=744
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- Comment: Thumb::URI=file:///media/truecrypt1/123.jpg
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- Comment: Thumb::MTime=1216153400
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- MIME type: image/png
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- Endian: Big endian
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</pre>
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GNOME will save thumbnails for files on mounted encrypted filesystems.
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Revision as of 21:34, 4 August 2008

Has anyone used this tool yet? I have downloaded it and will install it in the near future. Thanks,

Redloco