Description of problem:
When attaching a JPG file with a corrupted or incorrect EXIF thumbnail,
evolution does not create a new thumbnail but uses the corrupted one.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Compose a new email and attach this image (hail1small.jpg) to it.
2.Although nautilus displays the original image thumbnail correctly, it appears
corrupted in the evolution mail window.
Created attachment 267731 [details]
Created attachment 267741 [details]
Probably because of using deprecated gnome_icon_list, because data passed to
that function are same (with compare to preview of message with same attachment
(saved as draft), where the icon, even a bit smaller, looks very good). I
checked that the underlying pixbuf has always 48x37 pixels, so it is probably
because of the list or something related with it.
I'm beginning to work on migrating attachment thumbnails from GnomeIconList to
GtkIconView. I'll be sure to include this in my test cases.
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Retested on Fedora 10, and neither Nautilus nor Evolution show a thumbnail of the image in comment #1. Closing as CANTFIX since there doesn't seem to be any action to take on this. Reopen if you encounter the problem again.