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 File comments for:  Utility » Workbench » eastern.lha


Description: Creates thumbnail icons from images on the fly
Download: eastern.lha
Version: 1.7
Date: 21 Sep 2008
Category: utility/workbench
FileID: 4096
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Comment by: PEB ( 12 May 2007, 16:54File version: 1.6
I really love this utility! Thank you for continuing to develop it.
Comment by: srupprecht ( 29 Apr 2007, 17:46File version: 1.5
Thumbnails created by Eastern are also deficons. It's not possible to turn
transparency off without affecting all other deficons, too.
Comment by: Hans ( 29 Apr 2007, 17:34File version: 1.5
Thanks, changing the start priorities worked. However, changing the transparency
settings in the Workbench preferences is for all deficons. I still want def
icons to appear semitransparent, so that I can distringuish between files with
icons, and those without.
Comment by: NutsAboutAmiga/LiveForIt ( 23 Apr 2007, 16:38File version: 1.4
I think this is where excellent program, no execute to use Scalos any more.
Comment by: srupprecht ( 22 Apr 2007, 14:07File version: 1
You can change the transparency level in Workbench prefs. Also Eastern must be
started after DefIcons otherwise it won't work (simply change the start priority
of the icons in WBStartup).
Comment by: Hans ( 20 Apr 2007, 21:09File version: 1
This is a nice program. Thumbnail images was a feature that I've been wishing we
had for a while. Unfortunately, because it's for files without icons, they
appear semi-transparent. Any way to make them solid, so the colours aren't
washed out? Also, when I start it from WBStartup, it doesn't work. If I remove
it from WBStartup and double-click on it later, it works fine.

Comment by: Bean ( 15 Apr 2007, 23:43File version: 1
Excellent! - especially with progressive loading.
Comment by: AlexC ( 15 Apr 2007, 21:19File version: 1
Very useful. Thanks Stephan!
Comment by: anonymous ( 11 Apr 2007, 08:36File version: 1
amazing! i don't find it that slow on my update5, a1-c!
wonder if this has been really tricky to make, seeing it's a new feature on
Comment by: Petrol ( 10 Apr 2007, 12:38File version: 1
A bit slow, but Great Work Man!

Comment by: Richi ( 09 Apr 2007, 13:27File version: 1
Comment by: anonymous ( 09 Apr 2007, 00:07File version: 1
Comment by: Murakami ( 08 Apr 2007, 20:15File version: 1
Wow ! Amazing ! It works great !

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