Thumbnail previews in OSX

Hey guys
I'm having alot of issues with thumbnail previews in Finder ever since I updated to Mavericks. Basically, any TIF-files that include layer masks won't show a preview at all in Finder. I just get the static TIF-file graphics, but no actual preview. Has anyone else encountered this issue? I have enabled to maximise compatability in Photoshop CC, and all the files are either 16 or 18 bit files.

I'm getting the exact same issue since upgrading. They seem to come and go occasionally though which doesnt make sense. These files are 8 and 16 bit. Its really starting to impact on productivity too, not good.

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