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Slideshow in 1.1.0

Thread began 3/05/2010 6:32 pm by davidchamberlain137727 | Last modified 3/05/2010 6:58 pm by davidchamberlain137727 | 616 views | 1 replies


Slideshow in 1.1.0

I have updated my Power Gallery to 1.1.0 today and was pleased to see that there were a couple of slideshow themes.

Unfourtunately the themes crop the images to one landscape ratio unlike some of the other themes which display the photos at the correct ratio within the display area. As I use a number of h+w ratios this make the slideshow options thus far somehwat less than useful.

An example of this can be seen at


the photos should look like


What I would preferably like on all galleries is some way of starting a slideshow or pausing one as well as that is there already. Would it also be possible to put the controls like play/next/previous/first/last outside the area image area.


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