What the HECK glowforge?
Since the latest update - includes ‘location info’ on the screen (useless) but not rotate 90 options or anything really useful - it also screws up the preview tiles for any new jobs.
Here is a shot - you can see on the far right, a tabbed tray I made. You can read the text (though its a little blurry and upside down) and see the tabs… To the left of that is one I did yesterday. Huh? What is it? Can’t see … And I uploaded a piece of art we did for a couple. The text is 10x the size of the far right tray, and yet barely legible.
Assuming you mean “rotate 90 degrees”, that’s been easily accomplished since the first units shipped. Click & hold shift when you grab the rotation handle on an object and it will rote in 45 degree steps. Let go after the second shift.
But yeah, the thumbnail thing is not a step forward.
Thank you for letting us know about this. I’ve shared your screenshot and the details about what you’re seeing in your library with our team so we can look into it. We’ll follow up as soon as we have additional information.
Your old thumbs will.
It’s when you add new stuff. Like take the 4th job (last on the right of the top row) then load it again from the source file on your pc. Now it will be right under the new one You’ll see row 1/ c1 as the newly generated thumb. Row 2/c1 as the old… Tell me you love the new one…? bcause no!
Thanks for your patience, all. I’ve confirmed with the team that this is part of the updates that were made to improve the thumbnail previews so they more accurately reflect the current contents of the file. I’m sorry for the confusion.
Here is the latest improvements post where this was announced:
Now, the preview thumbnails in your design library will get refreshed when you open, edit, or print a design. That makes it easier to see which design is which when you’re looking for something you made years ago!
I’ve passed along your feedback regarding the resolution in the thumbnails.
I’m going to close this thread. Thanks for letting us know about this!