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Thumbnail

A Thumbnail is a small version of an image displayed within the file content and in the thumbnail column (in the Details view).

 

 

The table below lists the main members that affect the element's appearance:

Characteristics Members
Default Thumbnail Image FileManagerImages.File (via the FileManagerSettings.Images.File)
Location FileManagerSettings.ThumbnailFolder (via the FileManagerSettings.Settings.ThumbnailFolder)

For more information, see the Thumbnails topic.

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