Yeah, that’s what I thought too, but dropbox handles those icons snappy…
Is Rhino just using the default Windows thumbnails for the files, or is it making it’s own?
I guess I have to investigate.
OK, So I see that if I turn on Thumbnail viewing for an unsyncronized dropbox folder then dropbox quickly handles all the thumbnails but the Rhino file ones. And IF I click a Rhino file once (Not double click to open) so it becomes selected, then Dropbox downloads the entire file to be able to show the thumbnail… And that’s odd. Why does it NOT have to download all the other files to show their thumbnails?
So to sum it up:
Dropbox has to download Rhino files to show thumbnails in the Rhino splash screen and in explorer, but does not download other files to show their thumbnails in explorer.