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Jeanette Brooks

Hello Silvia - that thumbnail comes from the file called tb1.swf in the data/swf folder of your published output.

Although this isn't officially supported, you can replace that file with a different swf that is 140x105. (The only thing is, if you do that, you'll need to make the change every time you republish your course, since Presenter deletes everything and creates new folders/files when you publish)  An easy way to create a new tb1.swf is to build a separate 1-slide presentation and design that slide as you want your thumbnail to look. Publish it, and find the file called tb1.swf, and use that to replace the one in your real course.

Another idea is to just delete the file called tb1.swf, but if your learners click the Attachments tab, there will still be an outline in the place where the thumbnail usually appears.

Jeanette Brooks

Hi Denise - yeah, it looks like the new swf is causing issues with the Presenter player. Rather than create the swf in a separate program, your best bet is to recreate the swf using the method described above, which essentially fools the player:

Build a separate 1-slide presentation and design that slide as you want your thumbnail to look. Publish it, and find the file called tb1.swf, and use that to replace the one in your real course.