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(0 replies, posted in SimpleViewer-Pro v1)

Hi everybody, I have a question regarding Simple Viewer Pro. On my website, I have some very long images. These images, when sized to 1000 pixels in width, at 72 dpi, are only 77 pixels high, which makes viewing the content very difficult. My current solution is to make a bit of a collage image, where I put the small version of the image on top, and then add an enlarged two-frame detail to give people an idea of what is going on.

What I'd prefer is, when people load the image, it would pop up to a full 640 height, and then they could scroll along to see the rest of the sequence.

Here is a link to the page in question, the longer images are on the second page of thumbnails:

www benjaminwooten com/gallery_photographs/bw_photographs html

Perhaps what I am looking to do is beyond the scope of these forums, however I thought I'd ask? Thanks for any advice/help you might be able to offer!

Very best,

BEN

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(3 replies, posted in SimpleViewer-Pro v1)

Could be a CS3 issue.

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(8 replies, posted in SimpleViewer-Pro v1)

I can't even remember what version I have anymore . . .  :shock:

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(2 replies, posted in SimpleViewer-Pro v1)

I get a similar error in Dreamweaver, and it seems to affect nothing.

Great, thanks for the help!

Hi all, super basic question from somebody just getting a grip on web site creation:

I bought Simpleviewer Pro, and just downloaded the 1.8.5 update. I have all of my galleries made and uploaded to my website using the past version. I used the Photoshop script to generate these galleries.

In order to take advantage of the new update features (in the .xml file, for example) how do I go about updating my pages without having to find all the source images and re-generate the galleries? Also, if I make a new gallery, would using the old Photoshop script work along with the updated Simpleviewer content?

Thanks for any/all help!

Very best,

BEN[/i]