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Make the thumbnail view in Pages an actual Thumbnail of the entire map, not just the single largest piece of the map

I would like the thumbnail view of the Pages to actually be a thumbnail of the entire page, not just a snapshot of the largest single tile we have assembled into the map.   Right now, the thumbnail takes the largest single tile or item on the map and displays a miniaturized version of that as the thumbnail...so if you have done something like put down a great big green background for grass and then layered objects on top of it, the thumbnail is just a big green square.   I am fully aware that people are going to say, "build your maps somewhere else and then import a single .jpg."  I'm not going to do that.  I've invested a lot of time and money into compiling tools that will let me build cool, hi def maps here on Roll20.   I am also aware that once I have a map assembled I can take a screen capture of it, and then drop that screen capture on the canvas, stretch it to fill the entire screen, and push it behind everything else - but that slows performance, and depending on how you have layered items you can see stuff peeking out from the background, so that's not a particularly good workaround.  
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