Photoshop Album: Re-import creates duplicate thumbnails

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by M. Mike, Nov 3, 2003.

  1. M. Mike

    M. Mike Guest

    I have a folder full of pictures that I had already edited through PSA
    hence I have all x.jpg and x_edited.jpg files. I had removed a lot of
    thumbnails while editing but now want to bring them back into PSA.
    Rather than importing the files one by one - as this is around 50
    photos - I reimported the whole folder thinking that PSA would be
    smart enough not to import everyhting.

    I ended up with 2 thumbnails for each photo - the original and the
    edited as 2 distinct files. PSA does not recognize the linkage between
    the 2 files. If I edit the xxx_edited.jpg file, I end up with
    xxx_edited_dited.jpg file. How can I fix this problem and tell PSA hat
    xxx.jpg and xxx_edited.jpg are actually linked. Or how does PSA
    recognize 2 files as one being the editied version of the second?
    M. Mike, Nov 3, 2003
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