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Seeing only half a picture in Thunderbird seems odd. Perhaps the preview screen is cutting it off.
When I receive pictures in my email they're not complete. I get half a picture. Same thing when I send pictures to myself. My Gmail is forwarded to my main account, which is Thunderbird version 17. The pictures are sent as attachments. The only way I can see the complete picture is to go directly to my Gmail account and view them there. Is the problem in the forwarding or something more sinister?
In this excerpt from Answercast #90 I look at a strange case where only half a picture is being displayed in Thunderbird.
Boy, I really don't see anything sinister here.
The only thing that comes to mind is that perhaps, in Thunderbird, what you have is a preview pane that simply is not big enough to hold the entire picture. The only thing that comes to mind is to either: double-click in the message list above the preview pane to actually open the message in its own window - or click down in the preview pane and scroll up and down.
You should be able to scroll to see the entire picture.
I've never run into a case like this, and I certainly haven't experienced any situations where only half of a picture is displayed. Typically it's all or nothing.
So, that's what makes me think that maybe this is as simple as a window that is too small to display the entire picture.
(Transcript lightly edited for readability.)
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