I have too many old thumbnail showing in my InDesign screen. Some are useless items, such as drafts, that I saved, but later deleted. The file is deleted, but the thumbnail is still there. I also want to have some thumbnails from 3 years ago, not go searching for them among my files later. Why don't you let us delete thumbnails of deleted files? Why do they even show up, if we deleted the file? This is a bad either/or decision we shouldn't be forced into. It's quite inconvenient. Now I'm afraid to save a draft and and have even more thumbnails I can't get rid of. Am I missing something here, or do you programmers think this is a good idea, to make us have 100 thumbnails? Oh, just use the file folder is your response, but then why even have thumbnails? Because, obviously, because thumbnails are so convenient. But only the ones which we want to use, not a list of all of them, forever, including every draft we saved and have since deleted.