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    Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    I just upgraded to Ubuntu 11.10 and I noticed that I no longer have thumbnails in Nautilus. Anyone know how to solve this (minor) issue?

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    Re: Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    Yeah, if you mean no picture preview thumbnails after the upgrade, same here. I actually have previews for vids, and the odd picture file scattered here and there, but in folders full of images, all I get is a generic JPG icon. And what's worse, when using Image Viewer and I hit F9 to show the Image Gallery at the bottom, instead of the previews I'm used to, all I get are the dark squares with red circle with a line through it like if a picture is corrupt, but these are all fine. Any ideas guys??
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    Re: Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    I had a fresh Install of 11.10
    Most of the image file preview is available but no support for CR2 or NEF Images !

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    Unhappy Re: Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    When I try to select images for use in other programs there is no preview either...which really is a problem when you have over 1000 images you are working with...hope there is a fix for this

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    Angry Re: Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    i can see Image previews with RawTherapee,
    but unable to see preview in Nautilus !

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    Re: Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    I'm a KDE user and having exactly the same problem in Dolphin, the default file manager for KDE.
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    Re: Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    From a previous post. Worked for me. Hope it works for you.

    1. Open file manager.
    2. Edit->Preferences->Preview. Change preferences as required.
    3. Close file manager and open terminal.

    4. Run the following command to install the necessary packages.
    $ sudo apt-get install ffmpeg ffmpegthumbnailer gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg
    5. Remove old thumbnails.
    $ rm ~/.thumbnails/fail/gnome-thumbnail-factory/*
    $ rm ~/.thumbnails/normal/*
    6. Open the file manager and enjoy your new thumbnails!

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    Angry Re: Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    Still no preview for NEF or CR2 Files,
    gnome sushi gives a preview but not Nautilus
    Last edited by Meghnaad; October 18th, 2011 at 02:50 PM.

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    Re: Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    Here is the link to the bug report.

    https://launchpad.net/bugs/852923

    Maybe the more personal who file there will speed up a fix. I don't have thumbnails for sony arw or canon cr2.
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    Re: Upgraded to 11.10 - No more raw thumbnails

    Quote Originally Posted by adotei View Post
    From a previous post. Worked for me. Hope it works for you.

    1. Open file manager.
    2. Edit->Preferences->Preview. Change preferences as required.
    3. Close file manager and open terminal.

    4. Run the following command to install the necessary packages.


    5. Remove old thumbnails.


    6. Open the file manager and enjoy your new thumbnails!
    Unfortunately, this did not work for me

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