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Thank you, Daan.
That is exactly what I did already.
I check the JPG Compressed data in my ThumbsPlus 8
configuration and repeated them in my Version 10 program.
Everything works fine now.
Thank you very much, again!
thmbsatha

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No!  'Load file using' has nothing in it.
Alright, my filetype definition for the jpg extension looks like this:

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Equivalent to type: (none)
Category:Image
Class: Raster

Load file using: Internal >>  (empty)
Edit file Using: Association >> (empty)
Print file using: Internal >>  (empty)

Not associated with ThumbsPlus
No linked extensions.

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I believe these were the default settings, and they work fine here, on Win 11 Pro.

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BTW, where is the last Pro version to download?

It's not a separate download. The 'Pro' features are unlocked when you enter a pro level license number.
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Daan,
No!  'Load file using' has nothing in it.
I have ThumbsPlus 10, but not the Pro version.
Everything is OK when I use ThumbsPlus 8 Pro!
BTW, where is the last Pro version to download?
Do you know?
Thank you for you response!
thmbsatha

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That's strange. If you have the Pro version, have you tried re-entering your license details? (Help | Enter Registration in the menu).

Are you sure that the files are actually JPG files and not some misnamed other type?

When you right-click on a JPG file and choose 'Configure File Type', does the 'Load file using' setting say 'Internal'?

Have you changed anything about ThumbsPlus or Windows in recent days? Like, installed a plug-in, changed user accounts, re-installed ThumbsPlus..?
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I have been using ThumbsPlus 10 for several years now.
All of a sudden, today, I started getting this message whenever I try to view
some JPG images. This message is actually imbedded in the thumbs themselves:

This Format Requires ThumbsPlus Professional Edition

Please help.
Thank you!
thmbsatha
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I just realised that those old newsgroup messages must have been written with the old .TD4 database format in mind. Hopefully you can 'translate' the field names to those used by TP8 and higher.
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Hi Ernst,

I don't know about those date searches. Maybe we can look into that later.

As for gallery searches: If you don't like SQL, a possible workaround is that you simply assign a unique keyword to all the files in that gallery, and then do a regular search for that keyword, plus your additional search criteria.

If you prefer an SQL method, I will copy 2 very old but relevant messages below from the old Cerious Newsgroups. They come without their original context (otherwise I'd have to copy and paste whole threads), but the information contained in them could still be helpful, I think.

Regards,

-Daan-

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From: "Jose G. Filippa" <jose@cerious.com>
Newsgroups: cerious.support
Subject: Re: Thumbsplus 7.0 problem with gallery search
Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2006 10:14:46 -0300

Hi Chris,

In order to find those thumbnails which are included in at least one gallery
or sub-gallery but are not included in a specific gallery you should use the
following SQL statement:

tn.idThumb in (select gt.idThumb from GalleryThumb as gt) and tn.idThumb not
in (select GalleryThumb.idThumb from GalleryThumb inner join Gallery on
GalleryThumb.idGallery=Gallery.idGallery where Gallery.name like 'UF\%')

Now for a set of galleries and sub-galleries you should use:

tn.idThumb in (select gt.idThumb from GalleryThumb as gt) and tn.idThumb not
in (select GalleryThumb.idThumb from GalleryThumb inner join Gallery on
GalleryThumb.idGallery=Gallery.idGallery where Gallery.name in
('UF\Gallery1','Temp'))

(Note that you can not use wildcards when using the "in" operator.)

Or if you really need to use wildcards:

tn.idThumb in (select gt.idThumb from GalleryThumb as gt) and tn.idThumb not
in (select GalleryThumb.idThumb from GalleryThumb inner join Gallery on
GalleryThumb.idGallery=Gallery.idGallery where  (Gallery.name like 'UF\%' or
Gallery.name like 'Temp%'))

By the way, your query (the one that hung your ThumbsPlus) worked OK in
ThumbsPlus in my system. I will continue investigating about this issue.

Best regards,

Josť G. Filippa
Cerious Software



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From: Uwe Zimmermann <uwezi@/no_mail/sciencetronics.com>
Newsgroups: cerious.support
Subject: Re: Search Gallery
Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2004 12:56:16 +0100

Until galleries finally work like normal directories, you should be
able to use the additional SQL query:

this is for one specific gallery "galleryname"
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exists (select idThumb from gallerythumb gt inner join gallery
ga on gt.idGallery = ga.idGallery where ga.name = 'galleryname' and
gt.idThumb = tn.idThumb)

this is for images in any gallery
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exists (select idThumb from gallerythumb gt where
gt.idThumb = tn.idThumb)

    Uwe.
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I have some troubles with the search function of ThumbsPlus 10. Searching only for keywords runs quick and without any troubles.
But always when I need a more restricted search there I have problems.
Often I would need a search which is restricted to only one specific Gallery. I have not found a solution for such search. Is it possible?
I have some knowledge about SQL statements but I am not able to find a way to make it run.

Another problem: I already searched by date with Advanced Search and the field tn.[file_time_iso]. But it seems to me that even that is no longer possible. Maybe that something has changed with Version 10? I don't remember the last time that I have searched by date successfully.

I hope, this program is still alive because I love it. It's very quick, simple to use and easy to configure for the use together with other programs. These are the reasons why I still stay with ThumbsPlus. But I would like to see some improvements for search functions (date/time, gallery, gps data - search by rectangle of a map, ...).
Many thanks,
Ernst
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ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Re: TP10/Windows 11/Folder Icons
« Last post by Gary on 2022-11-04 13:06:55 »
Thanks, Dann.
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ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Re: TP10/Windows 11/Folder Icons
« Last post by Daan van Rooijen on 2022-11-04 12:45:36 »
The help file suggests that ThumbsPlus will show the Windows folder icon ("Display folders -- Include folders in the thumbnail display. With this option checked, ThumbsPlus will also make thumbnails for folders, based on the current Windows thumbnail").

So, if you can get Win 11 to show those XP-style thumbnails, hopefully TP will adopt those too.
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