Status Icons

Status Icons

Special icons may briefly appear just outside the upper-right corner of the thumbnail to tell you what Thumbnail Zoom Plus found, like this:

The icons you may see are:

“Working”: Thumbnail Zoom Plus is loading the pop-up’s image from the web site.  You may notice a small version of the image “scroll in” behind the icon to indicate the amount of progress.

“Too Small”: the pop-up’s image would be about the same size as the thumbnail itself, so it won’t be displayed.

  • This can happen when the site doesn’t have a higher resolution, when Thumbnail Zoom Plus doesn’t know how to find a higher-resolution image, or when your window is too small to let a larger image display.
  • If the “Show %” preference is on, it may also show something like “60%”, indicating the thumbnail is 60% as large as the full-resolution image.  A value less than 100% means you could see the image larger if you window were larger or if you pressed the “t” key while the icon is displayed to open the full-resolution image in a new tab, which will let you zoom in on it.

“Warning”: an error occurred while loading the pop-up’s image.  This could be a problem on the site, a networking problem, or Thumbnail Zoom Plus may not have figured out the correct location of the full-resolution image.

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  1. Cliff
    June 19, 2015 at 11:57 am

    I’m receiving the “Warning” sign on most every small – in the upper left hand corner – thumbnail on Face Book postings. The picture does not expand. Is that normal?

  2. October 13, 2016 at 3:07 pm

    The “Warning” status icon appears for gifv images on Imgur and bombs out. The other popular sites like gfycat and giphy work fine though.

    • January 4, 2017 at 9:58 pm

      Yes, unfortunately imgur.com uses a file format which TZP is unable to display in a pop-up (it’s not a webm like on other sites). In TZP v4.1beta2 (and newer) TZP no longer tries to show pop-ups for imgur gifv’s, so you won’t see the “Warning” icon, but unfortunately you won’t see a pop-up either.

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