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    Default Re: Question for Windows Users

    Yep, it's a pain. Apple still don't support Fuji Compressed raw files 18 months after the X-Pro 2 came out. Yes, you can use uncompressed raw but you an't convert after the fact and compressed raw is half the size.

    Apple and Microsoft seem to be forgetting photographers in their roadmaps and support.
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    Default Re: Question for Windows Users

    Quote Originally Posted by 2Beers View Post
    Try the trial version of fastpictureviewer codec to see if it works
    Just installed the trial and it works!! For $10 it seems the solution.
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    Default Re: Question for Windows Users

    +1 for fastpictureviewer Codecs give you thumbnails in all windows Apps it is the solution

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    I had a similar problem with video on the new computer. I had to update my Codecs for video to solve it. Sounds like you found a good solution though. I am surprised that Photoshop didn't solve the issue though. My photos were no problem after my Photoshop was installed.

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