File names in BrowseAnswered
Am I going crazy? I thought the file name appeared below each image in Browse mode. I am only seeing it on the image I have highlighted!
Also (and this has been a niggle for ages), when I hover my cursor over an image, the file name appears so briefly that I don't have time to read it.
Version 2022 gave us more options for how the file information in the Browser's Grid View is displayed. Go to View > Thumbnail View Options and set the option to your liking.0
Thanks: I was looking for it in Preferences. Goodness knows how the labels got turned off! It still hasn't resolved the issue that mouse over only appears for about a second.
On another matter, since we are here: is it possible to do a batch sync? I have just re-upscaled an entire folder of images in the latest version of Gigapixel AI. Can I sync over the original edits in one go or can I only sync them one by one, since each is edited differently? I suspect it isn't possible, but thought I'd ask.0
They are off by default. I don't know what's going on with the names not showing continuously while the mouse pointer is over the photo. It is working for me. As long as the pointer is in the image's tile the name is visible. You might try the Delete Settings procedure. You'll have to reset ALL your preferences and view settings again.
Yes, you can batch sync your edits to multiple files at once. It's why the Sync command is there. 😀0
I deleted settings yesterday after yet another crash. That's why the filenames didn't appear this morning and I didn't know they'd be off by default.
The mouse-over issue is still there. The filename appears when I hover over the image not the compressed filename below the image.
You're talking about a popup note that displays the filename. I don't know where that is coming from, I've never seen it before. You'll have to ask support about that.
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If it came up longer it would be useful, since my file names are sometimes long and get compressed if the thumbnail is small. Interestingly, there is no popup when the thumbnail is larger and the entire filename can be shown below.
Will report and suggest it stay longer.
I have another issue, which I think I mentioned before, but think I'd better start another thread.0
OK, now I'm seeing them. I keep my thumbnails medium sized, about 5 images per row so my filenames are never truncated in the Browser display. I also don't rename my raw files so they stay fairly short.0
As usual, I was told to delete the settings file. I told them I've been doing that on a regular basis lately because of so many crashes!0
Support say it could be a mouse issue. Is anyone else experiencing this or is it how it's meant to be? Brian? You are on an M1 Mac mini like me, so are you seeing the same thing?0
No, as I said above, my file names are short and my thumbnails are large so I never see the popup filenames at all. When I reduced the thumbnail size to force their display, the popup stays visible for as long as the pointer is over the thumbnail.
I don't use a mouse though. I use a Wacom tablet and a Magic Trackpad. Do you have another mouse to test with?0
Just did some testing on my Windows machine and it is something to do with a mouse. If I move the mouse pointer over a photo and keep my hand on the mouse the file name pops up. Sometimes it goes away immediately and other times it stays up. I can't find any pattern to when it stays up. At first, I thought it was micro movement of the mouse, it seemed like if I moved the pointer over the image and immediately took my hand off the mouse the file name would stay up but that didn't hold true. All that said, if I hover the pointer over an image with my tablet pen the image name always pops up and stays displayed as long as I keep the pointer over the image.0
I just opened PR 2022 on my 2017 MacBook Pro, which also has a trackpad, and again the name of the files only pops up for a second.
Support say they can't reproduce the issue (although I don't know what system they are using), so the more people who report it the better.
Of course, it's not a big problem and I will be doing the obvious and using larger thumbnails so that I can view the entire filename below the image.0
Just my 2 cents... when they pop up on my Windows PC, they only pop up for a second for me too. It changes with different sizes of preview though. (Note that I have the filenames set to always show on the bottom of the images.)
If I have small previews, 7 or more across, the name pops up for a sec on every image.
If I change it to 6 across, the name only pops up for the bottom row where the name isn't visible and also for only the selected image. It doesn't pop up at all for the others.
If I change to 5 across it doesn't pop up anywhere.0
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