2010년 7월 14일 수요일 오후 3:33
Hopefully I am not missing anything, I do see thumbnail showing up for Word documents. However the thumbnail is not clickable or anything. The thumbnail basically is just a static image.
Is this expected? If so it is hard to see the benefits of the thumbnail.
2010년 7월 14일 수요일 오후 3:37
The thumbnail allows you to view a document's structure without actually opening the document, allowing you to find the document you're looking for more easily. How is that not a benefit?
Where it really shines, though, is .pptx files.
2010년 7월 14일 수요일 오후 3:49
Thanks for the reply.
So the thumbnail is static, not clickable or peek into it. I can see the benefit under certain situations, but most of the time, all the thumbnails look very similiar, not to mention the extra load on the system.
Glad that I can disable the display of thumbnails if necessary by modifying the Search Core Result webpart.
I was just trying to confirm what I observed, ie, thumbnails are not clickable, or enlargeable, just a static image, etc, is the designed behavior.
2010년 7월 14일 수요일 오후 3:55As far as I know, the only "practical" use for thumbnails is document preview for .pptx files. I do agree that if you documents are mostly word documents with similar formats / covers thumbnails would have little or no use.
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2010년 7월 14일 수요일 오후 3:59
The benefit for PowerPoint preview definitely is more visible and appreciated.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge.