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      Avatarkarel2020
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      (TRYING TO POST THIS FOR THE 2ND TIME. IN CASE OF A DOUBLE-POST, PLS REMOVE THE 2ND ONE, THX)

      Hi and thanks for reading my post!

      F-Stop is very cool, but sadly one thing bothers me…

      When using nested folders (not only there, but I use them exclusively),
      when you have a folder that contains both images and subfolders with images,
      especially in list view, they all look the same. The thumbnails of both an image and a folder with images are simply an image. It is not easy to tell, whether it is a thumbnail of a folder or an image. In grid view it is a bit easier, because the number of images in the folder is very dominantly displayed over a thumbnail, but still thumbnails of both folders (with images) and images look quite the same.

      Could you in some way make it more clear what is a folder and what is an image, pls?

      Possible solutions:
      -in settings: Folder thumbnail is always folder icon ON/OFF
      -frame around the folder icon
      -make the thumbnail of folder with images look like a stack of thumbnails. Two more images underneath should be enough to make the illusion of a stack.
      -for thumbnail of a folder with images, use a thumbnail consisting of four small thumbnails of four images from the folder.

      Hope you like this idea 🙂

      Best regards!
      K

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