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(4 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

"Me too" - using Picasa 3 beta and latest simpleviewer_picasa_template (as of Sept 2008).

Any way of helping to debug this?  Is it a particular picture that confuses the template?  How can I find out?

Thanks,

~Andrew~

my AutoViewer works in IE but not with the FireFox.

Oddly, it works in Firefox (mostly*) and not in IE when I embed it within an html page.

Turned out to be an issue with my modified index.html: you cannot have a "<center>" tag than starts before the "<script>" (e.g. for my titles) and finishes after it (e.g. for my added instructions below the viewer).

The solution is to have a "</center>" before "<script>" and then do another "<centre>" after the "</script>".


Furthermore, I set the parameter for the viewer's height to "70%" -- but the instructions I add below the viewer are still spaced well down, as if it was still at "100%" height.

~Andrew~

my AutoViewer works in IE but not with the FireFox.

Oddly, it works in Firefox (mostly*) and not in IE when I embed it within an html page.

My hunch is that it has something to do with specifying a percentage size of the screen to show the photos in (I used 100% width but 70% height) -- I also commented out the overflow hidden item in the html style.

I tried it within Firefox using the IETab plug-in and also in IE7 itself - same result.

*there was a huge gap below the photos, to the instructions text that I added.  Hence why I commented out the overflow parameter.