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Grid to Lightbox in Chrome 7

Thread began 10/21/2010 12:21 am by ccaulder144741 | Last modified 10/27/2010 10:15 am by ccaulder144741 | 673 views | 3 replies


Grid to Lightbox in Chrome 7

I have the gallery set to display a grid embedded in a PHP page. When I click a thumbnail in the grid to bring up the larger image in the lightbox, everything works perfectly in Firefox, Opera, and IE8. In Chrome 7, however, the image is truncated on both sides. If I navigate to the next or previous image in the lightbox while using Chrome, the larger images now display properly. The issue only occurs on the initial larger image. If I close the lightbox and click another thumb on the grid I still get the truncation on the initial image.

See the URL for the gallery in question: sw2010.php.

Thanks in advance,

Chester Caulder

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