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Old 10-01-2006, 10:18 AM   #1
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gnome-web-photo running against large files

gnome-web-photo is that application that generates preview icons in Nautilus file browser.

The problem is, it also does so with very large (XML) files (using 100% CPU).

I've looked at the Nautilus Preferences, section Preview:
+ Text files: Show text in icons: Never
+ Other previewable files: Only for files smaller than: 5 MB

In gconf-editor, there's no section for gnome-web-photo.

- How can I prevent gnome-web-photo from accessing/analyzing large files?



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