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    Not sure why they are not getting updated. You can try deleting the folder but do not select to remove the files from the library then add the folder again to see if the thumbnail is updated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    Not sure why they are not getting updated. You can try deleting the folder but do not select to remove the files from the library then add the folder again to see if the thumbnail is updated.
    A large percentage of them are sub-folders of folders that I have in Mezzmo. Are you suggesting that I relocate all of my files and delete the entire directory structure and re-create it?

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    No, I mean in the Mezzmo library right-click on the folder and select to delete it and this will remove it from the library (make sure not to select to remove files from the library). Then you can add the same folder again. This should force Mezzmo to re-create the folder thumbnails. All of the media files will already exist in the library so they won't be added again, just the folder structure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    No, I mean in the Mezzmo library right-click on the folder and select to delete it and this will remove it from the library (make sure not to select to remove files from the library). Then you can add the same folder again. This should force Mezzmo to re-create the folder thumbnails. All of the media files will already exist in the library so they won't be added again, just the folder structure.
    Ok. I will give that a shot and let you know what happens.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    No, I mean in the Mezzmo library right-click on the folder and select to delete it and this will remove it from the library (make sure not to select to remove files from the library). Then you can add the same folder again. This should force Mezzmo to re-create the folder thumbnails. All of the media files will already exist in the library so they won't be added again, just the folder structure.
    That worked. It's kind of a bummer that I had to go to all of that effort after a restore. It's another reason that relative paths should be used rather than explicit paths.

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