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I don't think you can adjust it. Why is it important to you? Just double click a clip and you have it 'full' size in the source monitor.
I suggest that you might want to buy another monitor and keep your project panel on that monitor. Set it up with larger pixels (lower resolution).
> Why is it important to you? Just double click a clip and you have it 'full' size in the source monitor.
That's very inefficient when dealing with 300+ clips/stills.
About the only thing one can do is make and adjustment in the Windows setttings and tweak some of the appearance settings.
I name my pics and clips so I don't have to use the thumbnails. But, I just looked and tried to decide if the size was sufficient. The large thumbnails are too small to really get much use out of them, but the large Icon view looks fine for my needs.
One picture says more than 1000 words.
Why are these icons not larger ? This way these icons are useless. I only see some colorfull pixels that are decorating the screen.
Can I ask here for an enhancement request ? Is it possible that the icons in the list view can be made larger or even variable in the next service pack of CS 3 ?
File a feature request.
The size of the thumbs will be dependent on your monitor's rez. Here, we get into a situation like found on too many Web sites. If one's monitor is set to higher-rez, the images can be quite small.
As has been suggested, you might use two monitors, with one's rez set lower. I did this for quite awhile in Photoshop, to see some of the "fine print." Now, with 2 - 21" CRTs (same as in older versions of Adobe), but with a major upgrade in my vid card, I run them both at the same rez (1280x1024, though the card and monitors will go beyond that), and with new reading glasses [Grin], I can see everything nicely.
In your feature req., suggest one, or two, larger sizes, above what APP now allows. I have no idea what that would take, from a programming standpoint, but with higher-rez cards/monitors, I'm sure that the bigger thumbs will come into play more often.