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First of all, this is a great piece of software. I really appreciate the low memory footprint. Well done.

I have the pro version, and unleashed the feature to change the background on a timer on my entire main folder holding all our photographs. That's great except for one thing: I have folders in there with regular images and also thumbnails (for web pages). The thumbnails, of course, look horrible when stretched to fit the monitor.

It seems to me there is no good solution for this right now. If I set the top-most folder, I can't tell it to ignore all images with *_tn* in the filename (all my thumbnails are so named). I can't tell it to ignore files under a certain dimension size (e.g. less than 500x400 or something). I can't even easily ignore all folders where I happen to have thumbnails because I have maybe 200 folders and adding folders to the list of possible pictures has to be done one at a time. So I could do that, it would just be a horrible pain.

Am I missing something, or is there no good solution to this problem?

Mar 30, 2008  • #1
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Until that feature is released, I would use the "Add File" option to add all non-thumbnail images, instead of the "Add Folder" option.
Apr 12, 2008  • #2
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This sounds like an excellent idea, as I often have that problem as well. I will look at making a "minimum resolution" global option in the next release of DisplayFusion.

Apr 13, 2008  • #3
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