Raptox_BE wrote:Where is this thumbnail 'cache' located then?
I tried uninstalling eye-fi manager, removing the "EyeFi.log", "master.db" & "Settings.xml". but still the thumbnails are showing.
berend wrote:Search for a folder named thumbcache on your computer. On Mac OS X, this folder is under the Library/Eye-Fi folder in your home.
markteicher wrote:I took pictures at a nightclub last evening that crossed into the next day, it appears that upload history dates when it uploads it to eye-fi, and smugmug, not when the picture is taken. The datestamp on the camera is set correctly.
I prefer the upload manager be date specific on when the pictures were taken, and then have a line on the front of the album (uploaded blah date), not use the upload date as the upload history album date.
hliles wrote:Or better yet, how about my photos don't show up on your the manager.eye.fi site at all, so I don't get the creepy feeling that your webmasters are looking at my photos?!
Kolton wrote:I want to clear the photos in my upload history. Can anyone tell me where exactly I can find the thumbcache file in windows xp pro.
PHOTOlink wrote:I consider the abnormal length of time in your getting this much requsted feature fixed intolerable.
we, as users should NOT have go digging around library or app folders to get rid of our eye fi manager
thumbs. YOU SHOULD HAVE a simple software switch for this within the manager.
Every suggestion you all have posted for OS X has failed. i just tried deleting the thumbs as written
and now i have a manager with no thumbs BUT the empty shells that hold the thumbs with the old
filenames under the shell.
Shame on you guys for what I consider poor response to a continuing problem.
If you want to delete the local thumbnails, please look for a directory called thumbcache on your computer and delete the contents. On Mac OS X, this folder is under the Library/Eye-Fi folder in your home. On Windows, it is under the Application Data folder hierarchy, whose location differs depending on the exact version of Windows and whether or not Windows is configured for single-user or multi-user usage.
Hliles, if you have configured your card to be in 'local' only mode, then your thumbnails are not on Eye-Fi servers - they are only on your local machine.
AwedJob wrote:And if my thumbnails are on the Eye-Fi servers, how might I delete them from the Eye-Fi servers?
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