1 Reply Latest reply: Feb 15, 2013 5:44 AM by Ian R. Brown
Ian R. Brown Level 6 (18,615 points)

Photos scanned on an earlier Mac with an earlier OS have pixelated thumbnails though when opened the picture is perfect.

 

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I posted this originally in the ML forum and Barney told me to Get Info and delete the thumbnail, which then allows a new one to be generated.

 

However, I have hundreds of photos and it will take ages by this method.

 

He suggested enquiring here about using Applescript to do it automatically.


iMac, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2), Little knowledge... many opinions.
  • Ian R. Brown Level 6 (18,615 points)

    I have just had second thoughts and selected ALL the photos, clicking  cmd-opt-I and believe it or not, just one Get Info window opened representing all of them!

     

    One deletion and every thumbnail was renewed.

     

    WARNING TO OTHERS!  Do not control-click all the pictures and select Get Info otherwise your desktop will be inundated with hundreds of Get Info windows.

     

    Luckily I was aware of this and did not do it!

     

    If in doubt always check with a few photos selected to see what happens.