I found this thread, and the suggestion worked to an extent - only when I click on the file thumbnail, the full file name appears. Is there a way to always show the full file name, maybe by adding another line for the name to wrap to?
Slick looking Website, but 2 weeks later I'm still waiting for a response - so what's the point of this forum?
You can control the number of lines used for thumbnail labels via Preferences / File Display Modes / Thumbnails.
(If you're sering 8.3 names like in the screenshot above within the quoted post from another thread, then that's something different entirely.)
I was aware of that feature, and had it at 4 before your response.
After changing the value to 10, which is an obnoxious amount, I see no change - the filename does not wrap, just gets truncated at the thumbnail width. And the only 'benefit' to that value was increasing the spacing between thumbnails.
You'll still need to change the item-theme setting mentioned in the post/thread you quoted for the names to wrap. (I think it may still only wrap the selected name, but it's been a while since I last checked that combination of settings, so I may be wrong there.)
Actually, testing things now, I don't think that is needed (but it will increase the size of selected name that you see if it goes beyond the normal limit).
For me, just increasing the label lines setting is enough, as shown here:
It's possible the filenames themselves are influencing how/whether Opus is line-wrapping the names.
Could you paste a couple of full filenames here so we can try with the same things?
A screenshot of the thumbnail preferences might also help us reproduce what you're seeing, by trying the same settings.