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Congrats on the first CC item. ;)

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Awesome!

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Rimmon on CC woohoo! Awesome file dude :)

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Smooth! Great stuff pal. ;)

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Thanks, everyone

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Really nice! I’m sure I’ll find a use for this

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Getting error “canvas not supported” message on demo … using IE8 … is this correctible? Appears canvas is HTML5 element … any chance of a graceful fallback if not HTML5 ?

RimmonTrieu

Unfortunately no fallback for IE8 right now, I may implement simple solution for it in the next update.

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I really, really like this script. However, in trying to integrate this into a .NET project, I discovered a potential problem. Specifically, the .less dynamic CSS is not handled by IIS by default and requires add a new mime type. This is not a huge problem for a standalone project if you know what you are doing, but I need to be able to wrap this script up in a .NET project that will deployed on many IIS projects and I don’t have direct control over the web servers which means I can expect a ton of support calls on how to add mime types.

Would it be possible to write this script so it doesn’t rely on .less and just uses plain old boring CSS ? At least until .less is handled by default by IIS …

RimmonTrieu

You can compile LESS down to CSS , using the command line tool as shown in lesscss.org page. Then replace .less file by .css in html page should do the work.

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Couple of questions…

I have implemented the slider fine, and it’s all working, except: 1. When I click on an image, it opens in a new tab, rather than in the nice popup in the example html you supplied; 2. In IE9 , the Holder seems to be at the top of the page (and therefore behind the website masthead), and I just cannot work out why!

Help is appreciated.

RimmonTrieu

1. Please make sure the element type is not “Link”. Refer to guide.html to declare type properly

2. Can you show a screenshot of it ?

Reverend2008

Yes I can show a screenshot / send you a link – if you respond to the email I sent you, I can email it back.

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Is there also a possibility to activate mousewheel to prev/next?

RimmonTrieu

Not at the moment but possibly on the next version. Thank for your interest.

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fotiadis Purchased

Hi Rimmon, Thank you for designing such a great piece of code, I purchased it from code canyon, it works and looks great. I was hoping you may be able to assist me with 2 things;

1/ When you click an image to fullscreen (enlarged view) is there a way to make the picture respond to window resizes and not have the scrollbar appear? 2/ Is there a way to enable the forward and back arrow keystrokes when you are looking at the full screen images.

I am happy to pay for your advice or purchase an upgraded version of your scroller. I would greatly appreciate your assistance. Regards, John.

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mansachs Purchased

It’s not working. The samples aren’t working either !!!

RimmonTrieu

Make sure you run the test on a real http server, local or remote host.

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mansachs Purchased

OK – thanks that helped !!!

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RimmonTrieu

Unfortunately animated gif is not supported, both for technical and performance reasons.

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dazohar Purchased

thanks, fo you have other solution without html5 canvas?

RimmonTrieu

Currently there is no alternative for non canvas supported browser


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