decThumbsDBViewer

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Post by *Hacker » 2008-12-05, 19:55 UTC

Fantastic, thank you both! :)
Is there a way to export the thumbnails?

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Post by *Dec » 2008-12-11, 23:06 UTC

Hacker wrote:Is there a way to export the thumbnails?
Update and use Ctrl+C.

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Post by *Hacker » 2008-12-13, 12:50 UTC

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Update and use Ctrl+C.
Thank you! Any chance to directly export, not just to copy to clipboard? This way I have to paste it somewhere and set the correct name and date. Would be much easier if the decThumbsDBViewer could do this for me.

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Post by *Dec » 2008-12-14, 16:10 UTC

Hacker wrote:Any chance to directly export, not just to copy to clipboard? This way I have to paste it somewhere and set the correct name and date. Would be much easier if the decThumbsDBViewer could do this for me.
Update and use Drag&Drop.

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Post by *Hacker » 2008-12-14, 21:53 UTC

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Update and use Drag&Drop.
Ah, this is very nice, thank you, but does not (and probably when using drag&drop cannot) set the time of the created file to the time stored in the thumbs file. :( Just this one wish... *saint smiley*

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Post by *Lefteous » 2008-12-16, 14:08 UTC

Vista thumbnails are not displayed here on Vista. Any ideas?

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Post by *Dec » 2008-12-17, 16:00 UTC

Lefteous wrote:Vista thumbnails are not displayed here on Vista. Any ideas?
In other OS these files are viewed?

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Post by *Lefteous » 2008-12-17, 21:55 UTC

In other OS these files are viewed?
I don't know - I just tried it on Vista.

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Post by *Dec » 2008-12-17, 21:58 UTC

Lefteous wrote:
In other OS these files are viewed?
I don't know - I just tried it on Vista.
Can you send me your problem files? My email - AnisimovDec(@)mail(.)ru

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Post by *Lefteous » 2008-12-20, 01:10 UTC

Sorry for the false alarm. I thought the plug-in was installed cirrectly but it wasn't.

There seems to be a problem here installing your plugin with the auto-installer. I was able to manually install the plugin. It works just fine now.

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Post by *franck8244 » 2009-02-10, 22:15 UTC

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Can you explain how you manage to read TC's idb file ?
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2009-02-12, 16:42 UTC

I sent him the information and some sample source. Please contact me by e-mail if you need sample source too.

The file is actually quite simple: It consists of blocks of varying size. Each block starts with a 4 byte block size "n". If the highest bit is one, the block is a deleted (free) block. Then comes the data block of n-4 bytes (n includes the size), composed of a header tcacheheader and the data.

The tcacheheader looks like this:
2 byte signature: "NP" for standard size, "CP" for custom size
2 byte flags: currently 0
8 byte timestamp (win32 style file time)

With header "CP", the next 2 bytes are the width, and the next 2 the height, in pixels.

Then follow the compressed bitmap bits as 24-bit RGB with DWORD-aligned width (rounded up to 4 bytes). TC uses the ZIP compression here (deflate), it's using zlib without header (tcunzlib.dll).
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Post by *Hacker » 2009-02-15, 17:24 UTC

Dec,
Any chance to support XnView's cache, please?
And, still, please, support exporting while keeping time and date, not only drag and drop... *saint smiley*

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Post by *Dec » 2009-02-16, 08:04 UTC

Hacker wrote:Any chance to support XnView's cache, please?
In the future.
Hacker wrote:And, still, please, support exporting while keeping time and date, not only drag and drop... *saint smiley*
In the nearest future.

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