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Author:  TinyWebGallery [ 19. Sep 2007, 21:34 ]
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can you please open the file

#removed_broken_linkxml/1 ... ounter.xml

in the last line you find.

</BESCHREIBUNG>>

change this to

</BESCHREIBUNG>

save and try again.

/Michael

Author:  Kaze [ 19. Sep 2007, 22:05 ]
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modification made, and re-uploaded.


Oh..! See, I've been using it in firefox, had you been using it via Internet Explorer? I hadn't noticed any problems, performance wise, or in functionality.

Author:  TinyWebGallery [ 19. Sep 2007, 22:27 ]
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now it works :) - no i always use firefox.

I have now added a small detection in the xml reader - if this happens again twg fixes this automatically

/Michael

Author:  TinyWebGallery [ 19. Sep 2007, 22:30 ]
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and i would decrease the number of shown thumbnails in the thumbnailstrip or hide the rotate buttons :)

/Michael

Author:  Kaze [ 20. Sep 2007, 19:21 ]
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hmm.. I might take the rotation buttons out, no need for those anyway, but I liked having the thumbnails scroll as far as possible.

Is there a way to increase the sensitivity of it, so that they can scroll faster if the mouse is moved further?

*laughs* well obviously there's a way, I guess I should ask where that variable is?

Author:  TinyWebGallery [ 20. Sep 2007, 19:40 ]
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then you might make the thumbs a little bit smaller - I have 1680 with and it only fits there ;).

speed - look for

maxspeed=6

in js/twg_motiongallery.

Simply check how fast yu like it and it still looks good ;).

/Michael

Author:  Kaze [ 20. Sep 2007, 23:44 ]
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I'm at 1440 x 900, and it doesn't fit, but I like the scroll, it adds motion, and makes the site feel more like you're doing something, rather than just 2d navigating.

You might also consider doing a resize function for the image also based on where the mouse cursor is, its the same trick that they did in Golden Sun for making 2 dimensional sprites appear to be moving in 3d.

er... more people would notice it to be the same effect that a youtube video currently has when the movie is ended, and it gives you an option of videos to look at beneath it.

example: http://pspupdates.qj.net/Virtual-PSP-Sl ... aid/102572

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