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  • ACDSee conflicting with Win10 Fall Creators update icons

    Upgraded to the Fall Creators Update of Windows10 last night, and now am having trouble with my icons in Windows. Two separate issues (maybe).

    1) In a File Explorer window, I used to be able to see thumbnails of images. Now all I see is the ACDSee icon:
    http://s18.postimg.org/bm5woutjd/icons.jpg

    2) The ACDSee icon is now attached to all Windows Apps! This causes apps in the taskbar to have no icon for apps, and if you search for apps from the Windows button, you can see the ACDSee icon instead of the app icon.
    http://s18.postimg.org/7d16msl61/iconsapps.jpg

    Any ideas? I'd hate to uninstall ACDSee and lose everything. Thanks.

    Running Windows 10 Pro.
    Last edited by T-Halen; 12-11-2017, 07:40 AM. Reason: added OS info

  • T-Halen
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    3 days after uninstalling ACDSee19, the problem went away on it's own. I suspect it was some kind of caching issue with Windows Search.

    I re-installed ACDSee19, and the problem did not return. So all is well that ends well. (I guess)

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  • rw330i
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    Sounds like the problem is your folder view in Windows, not an ACDSee problem. Click on view when in a folder and change to large icons. You're probably set to list or details.

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  • T-Halen
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    Originally posted by T-Halen View Post
    Still wonky in the Windows-Key search box, but maybe that'll fix itself too.
    http://s18.postimg.org/7d16msl61/iconsapps.jpg
    Nope, still not right. Any ideas?

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  • T-Halen
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    UPDATE: After 6+ hours of using my computer, I noted that all of my icons are back to normal. Thumbnails in the folder view, and taskbar. Still wonky in the Windows-Key search box, but maybe that'll fix itself too.

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  • T-Halen
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    Originally posted by Len View Post
    Have you tried changing to "View" on File Explorer?
    Yep, but that just changes the layout, all the icons remain showing the ACDSee logo.

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  • T-Halen
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    I've tried poking through the settings in ACDSee, but didn't find anything to change.

    In Windows, I performed a Disk Cleanup on the disk to clear the thumbnails, in the hopes that Windows would re-generate them. I find that the thumbnails are there, but hidden by the ACDSee icon.

    In the Folder Options/Properties, I can change the settings around, and when I click appy, I can see the thumbnails for a moments, and then the folder reverts to showing the ACDSee icon for everything.

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  • Len
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    Have you tried changing to "View" on File Explorer?

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