Question: Old QuickLook "white image" bug still present in Mavericks
If you find two JPEGS with exactly the same dimensions (pixel dimension)...
...and view them in the Finder in list view
...and the two files are adjacent to each other in the list (for example, File1.jpg and File2.jpg)
Then if I press space bar to invoke QuickLook on the files, it will show each file properly, BUT if I use the arrow keys to move between them, then when I move from the second image back to the first image, the first image shows up as a blank / totally empty file.
This message occurs in the Console, but only the first time I attempt to view these identical-dimension files:
3/21/14 2:41:11.559 PM quicklookd: Warning: Cache image returned by the server has size range covering all valid image sizes. Binding: VariantBinding [0x403] flags: 0x8 binding: FileInfoBinding [0x303] - extension: JPG, UTI: public.jpeg, fileType: ???? request size:16 scale: 1
This only happens with images that are the EXACT same pixel dimensions.
It has happened since at least 10.7, and still occurs in 10.9.2.
I have reproduced this on two separate machines.