I am using a file cataloging software to show me the files visually as well as just text (as text is useless at showing the all important visual for easy recognition.) of all those that exist on internal drives and removeable media.
However whilst it displays thumbnails of jpg tif pdf etc, and also for vector prog Affinity Designer (as apparently that prog was easy to do), its internal engine that converts such files to raster, isnt able to deal with vector progs, from Rhino through AutoCAD and Illustrator to Freehand and Corel.
Is there a function in Rhino that will create a raster thumbnail I could associate with a file and put to the developer or even just find that then I see thumbs ?
I stand more chance of getting a solution by the prog latching onto a pixel preview than of the developer incorporating software into his progs software.
I see thumbs in windows explorer for Rhino, in fact large images, but the developer says getting the cataloging prog to work for vector progs is not something he has done, it all takes time and is also about demand and such is not perceived or being asked of him.
So what progs do you users use to catalog Rhino and other CAD files on inbuilt and removeable media so as to see everything without inserting each disc, stick, usb_HDD etc and thumb ?