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Looks amazing!



I have used several plugins, none of them worked as my jquery is a bit older (1.4.1) also I am trying to zoom within a jquery dialog and rotating images as well. After rotating, most of the zoom plugins fail as well.

I like yout plugin, but will you be able to help on an hourly basis? Thanks

This plug-in can not work in jquery1.4, so I’m afraid that I can’t help you. Very sorry.

How does this work on an iPad?

Yes, it work, but the reaction speed is a bit slow on an ipad

Can two images be used or are the differences always image effects? Sorry if the answer is posted somewhere obvious and I missed it!

Yes, two images with different effects can be used on the same page.

Thanks for your assistance with my previous e-mail. It is much appreciated!

Using ipad. The magnifier is “jumpy”. Can it be smooth similar to this wordpress version: ( )

You can see and feel the difference on a mobile device…

tested it. Still a little jumpy… Maybe you can adjust the speed of the “follow” when we move the magnifier .
try this in comparison and you will see what I mean.

If you need more speed in a mobile device with the blur/gray effect, you should be prepared two images, the first image with the blur/gray effect directly on the page, and use “expandedImageURL” parameter points to the second image (the image inside the magnifying glass)

Such as:
img id=”mgficontainer” src=”blurimagefilename.png”
<script type=”text/javascript”>
jQuery(”#mgficontainer “).magnifyglassfi

Any idea if and how this can be integrated into Prestashop

I have not studied PrestaShop, but if PrestaShop can add javascript code, this can be integrated into PrestaShop.

Hello! I am interested in the product, but want to make sure it meets my needs. Essentially, I need the magnifying effects to showcase certain areas of screen shots, then I want to save the resulting screen shot with the magnified effect. Will this easily accomplish these tasks without any technical programming? I’ve explored the option of photoshop and layered PSD files, but this is too involved for me and I need a simpler solution. Your product appears to be exactly what I am looking for. Please let me know. Thanks.

But I think it is simpler to use Photoshop, you can look at this:

Thanks for your prompt response and suggestions. And one more question….how exactly are the desired images or screen shots placed on the web page that I will magnify with the lens? Thanks again.

Something like:
  • Copy folder ”/magnifyglassfi” to your work directory .
  • Including the 2 required javascript files.
  • Specifying the html tags of the plugin.
  • Instantiating a javascript call with any optional parameters.

Detailed steps in the help documentation,