Ubuntu: How to make Nautilus display .psd thumnails?



Question:

is it possible to make Nautilus display Photoshop .psd files thumbnails when viewing files in the list?

If yes, what are exact steps to make it happen. Had been searching this in google, no luck so far.

Thanks


Solution:1

Okay, found this one, and it worked for me with majority of .psd files:

#!/bin/bash    # -----------------------------------------------------------  # -- Write psdthumbnailer  # -----------------------------------------------------------  OUTFILE=/usr/lib/psdthumbnailer  (  sudo cat <<'EOF'  # bin/bash    # Arguments / Parameters %i %o %s  f_in=$1  f_out=$2  f_size=$3    # Execute Convert PSD to PNG through ImageMagick  exec convert "psd:$f_in[0]" -scale "$f_sizex$f_size" "png:$f_out"    EOF  ) > $OUTFILE  # -----------------------------------------------------------  # -- Write photoshop.thumbnailer  # -----------------------------------------------------------  OUTFILE=/usr/share/thumbnailers/photoshop.thumbnailer  (  sudo cat <<'EOF'  # bin/bash  [Thumbnailer Entry]  TryExec=/usr/lib/psdthumbnailer  Exec=/usr/lib/psdthumbnailer %i %o %s  MimeType=image/vnd.adobe.photoshop; image/x-photoshop; image/x-psd;  EOF  ) > $OUTFILE  # -----------------------------------------------------------  # -- Set File Permissions  # -----------------------------------------------------------  sudo chmod 0755 /usr/lib/psdthumbnailer  sudo chmod 0644 /usr/share/thumbnailers/photoshop.thumbnailer    # -----------------------------------------------------------  # -- Add GConf Hooks to parse thumbnails  # -----------------------------------------------------------  sudo gconftool-2 --set /desktop/gnome/thumbnailers/image@vnd.adobe.photoshop/enable --type bool true    sudo gconftool-2 --set /desktop/gnome/thumbnailers/image@vnd.adobe.photoshop/command --type string "/usr/lib/psdthumbnailer %i %o %s %i %o %s"    # -----------------------------------------------------------  # -- Install Dependencies  # -----------------------------------------------------------    sudo apt-get install imagemagick  

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