jadO wrote:yes it's normal if you have 'create for whole folder'
Why is this normal? I don't see a reason for loading all thumbnails until everything crashes.
But please explain me why you can't disabled 'create for whole folder' setting?
Edit: Also my findings showed, that simple scrolling through a large number of thumbnails increases the memory dramatically. Memory management seems to be absent.
There should be strict memory control. I only see 2 reasons to load a thumbnail: When it gets displayed or processed. When it does not get displayed anymore its memory should get freed and after it has been processed it should free its memory too.
On old computer, this can be slow, but this can be an enhancement when 'create for whole folder' setting is OFF