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Only partial image shows when using Google Chrome

Thread began 3/25/2011 11:32 pm by soliyoung404741 | Last modified 6/11/2011 3:47 pm by biz295654 | 4487 views | 11 replies |

soliyoung404741

Only partial image shows when using Google Chrome

Hi-

I have used Power Gallery for my website for a while now, but it seems when viewing it with Google Chrome or the newest version of Firefox, only a partial image appears. My site is: www.susangyoung.com How do I fix this?

Thanks!
Susan

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

here is an updated copy of the js/slimbox.js file that should correct the problem.

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slimbox.js.zip
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Earth Tribe Studio

Partial Image Display

I am having the same issue as Susan. It looks like the first 2 images are offset so the center of the image is lined up with the bottom right side of the display area. after the first 2 images they start to display correctly. I downloaded the updated slimbox.js that you provided Jason, but it unfortunately didn't fix the issue.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please post a link where i can see the problem in a browser.

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Earth Tribe Studio

Partial Image Displayed

galleryPic.php

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I am not able to reproduce the problem. here is a screen showing how the gallery loads in Google chrome for me.

Have you tried this on other computers?

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Earth Tribe Studio

Offset Image Firefox4

Here is a screenshot using Firefox 4 on a Mac. It works fine using Safari.

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Earth Tribe Studio

Different Computer

I tried it on a different computer, Using Firefox 4 on both MAC & PC yields the same result.

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Dani Chankhour

I have attached a new slideshow.js file that should fix the issue you are encountering.

It seems that this is an issue that was introduced with FF 4.

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slideshow.js.zip
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soliyoung404741

what do I do with the .js files?

I don't update my website very often, and I use godaddy... I appreciate the files you posted on this thread, but what do I do with them once I've downloaded them? Should I just upload them directly to my site? Or.. do I need to reload? I'm just worried about losing information.
THanks!
Susan

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