Customize how thumbnails are displayed Photoshop CS6 Photoshop CS6


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Customizing how thumbnails are displayed

As you view your images in the Content panel, it's essential that you're comfortable with the number of images that you're looking at, as well as the size of the preview. The first thing that we might want to change is the size. If we scroll down to the lower-right here, you'll notice that there's a slider, and we can just click and drag in order to make our thumbnails larger, or drag to the left in order to make them smaller. There are also icons at each side of the slider, which we can click to make our images smaller or larger.

If you are a keyboard junkie, you can also use either Command+Minus on the Mac or Ctrl+Minus on Windows to make your thumbnails smaller, or use Command+Plus or Ctrl+Plus in order to make them larger. So now that we can customize the size of our thumbnails, what about the content that's underneath the thumbnails? Well, if we want to display more information about each image, we can use our preferences. So I'll choose Adobe Bridge CS6 an...

Customizing how thumbnails are displayed
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Customizing how thumbnails are displayed provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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