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This is why I'm asking here again. And I wonder if others have seen it. It happens on 5 machines in my office, so surely I can't be the only one.
To answer your question: Tifs are generally 8 bit, and I do recognize that changing a graphic file from 8 bit to 16 bit does in fact cause preview issues, especially for files over mb. I can live with that, although seriously, 16 bit image files have been around for decades now. So, all files are created in PS, although I've saved files in GIMP after making a non destructive change to see if that makes a difference, and although the icon preview may come back, and often does, after some time it will revert to a generic icon. It's as if the OS is generating the icon every time you open the directories, so even fixing them isn't permanent.
I think the one common denominator is that all the tif files are large. I have a 4x5 scanback camera that generates very large files, and final flattened files will be from MB to 1. Although generally in the to mb range. Mostly 8bit in their final form. And all files live in the Adobe color space. Mac Pro, garbage can model , 3. I see. This is really stubborn. About the closest I can advise is to use Bridge CC to display your tiff thumbnails. Bridge can organize your tiffs into collections no matter where they are your drive. You can also filter by keywords, rankings and keywords. Not perfect as I think Bridge opens them up in Adobe products.
I have the same horrible problem and I can't find any solution either. I just contact apple service and they said the same: Adobe issue We have to wait for the app update. This is why I created this thread really. This is an old problem, and for years Adobe and Apple blame each other. But it's a serious issue for graphics professionals that search by image and not file name.
I need to see those thumbnails, and I feel like both Apple and Adobe have really abandoned the professional graphics community and don't really care about serious issues like this.
You are correct. I have found this a work around, but I really dislike using bridge. It's an extra step, and I have issues with how it works, or doesn't work Not sure if there's been any updates since the original post, but I've found if you 'Force Quit', and then relaunch the Finder, it corrects it - not fixes, but helps!
I have the same issue. I worked with 2 higher-end apple reps and was told there seems to be no support for indd files in Mojave, but to try ID Util. I agree that this is totally unacceptable. I had no problem in the older OS finder app, and it has seriously impacted my workflow. I'm desperate for help on this. By the way, you should know that Apple Engineering collected my system files twice to look into this issue.
Initially they said the bug was fixed in an update, but it wasn't. Because the engineers concluded there's no support for indesign files, it's not an adobe issue.
Any news about solving this issue. I loose hours and hours of working time on this ridiculous issue as a professional photographer trying to look for a specific files from external hard drives without seeing the thumb nails On a side note, my latest note from apple is that they have no plans to include this fix in an update. What you're showing are not InDesign files, so it wouldn't help with those. Sorry for the confusion. The problem may be where the tiffs are created by Photoshop in a way that the Finder cannot generate the thumbnails.
So have a look at this thread. High sierra Problem with thum… - Apple Community. I've had this same problem and have been searching the interwebs for fixes that actually work. I found one that is different from everything else that is normally suggested. Basically for me it had something to do with having dropbox installed.
Which is weird because I've had dropbox installed for a while and the problem only emerged recently. But then I followed the directions to remove the droop box file and it fixed it. Any chance you have DropBox installed?
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Then wait seconds, and open a folder where previews weren't working. In terminal run:. This will create an empty file owned by root that DropBox can't overwrite since DropBox is running as your user when you log in. This hasn't caused any issues I can detect on my Mac Pro I had this issue on macOS Mojave I used an app called AppCleaner to remove the app, because removing only the app the first time did not remove all of its contents.
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It seems that a fresh reinstall of box sync was the cure that was needed. All's fine again now. If it still doesn't work, you may want to submit a ticket with our support team here. Go to our Box Support page to see your available options. Org back Box.
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See the video here: www. Same problem on a mac Sierra, latest version ; Macbook Pro Is there a way to fix this? I have installed box drive on my Mac but the Box icons are not showing They won't show until a sync has completed fully, I believe. It worked for me!