I checked out JuiceBox-Lite and it looks like there's no way to have the captions not display over the top of the image.  Is this a pro-only feature?

Thanks Steven, I will have a look at Juicebox then.

Hi, I'm using simpleviewer with the 'non-flash' option enabled, so the galleries can be viewed on tablets etc.  I'm trying to see if there's a way to *not* have the image captions display on top of the image as, depending on the image, this can obscure part of the image. 

e.g. http://codenature.info/pub/sv/simpleviewer-overlay.jpg

I checked the mobile XML options but it seems there's no option to display to the left or right of the image and/or display the captions in a reserved area underneath the image so they are not actually overlayed.

Can anyone confirm if this is possible?

Ahh - makes perfect sense, I will replace the menu with a non-flash one.

Thanks for the fast reply!

You can see the problem here: http://sass.talsit.info/flash-site-final/

go to menu [Image Galleries->Characters and Puppets] to view the gallery.

In firefox, when the browser window is maximised, no problem, restore the browser window and some of the thumbnails stop working.  The smaller you resize the window, the more thumbnails are broken.


SimplerViewer is working well for me, but I am experiencing a weird problem (only in firefox, no problem in IE8):

All thumbnails are clickable when the browser window is maximized, but if I resize the browser window, some (random) image thumbnails no longer respond to the mouse click event (i.e. you can't click them). 

My data.xml file contains:

<simpleviewergallery maxImageWidth="1024" maxImageHeight="1024" textColor="0x00C0C0" frameColor="0x000000" frameWidth="0" stagePadding="40" navPadding="40" thumbnailColumns="3" thumbnailRows="4" navPosition="left" vAlign="top" hAlign="center" title="Characters and Puppets" enableRightClickOpen="true" backgroundImagePath="gallery-background.jpg" imagePath="../galleries/01/" thumbPath="../galleries/01/thumbs/">

My data.htm file sets two variables and a parameters:

        var fo = new SWFObject("viewer.swf", "viewer", "100%", "100%", "8", "#FFFFFF");
        fo.addVariable("xmlDataPath", "data.xml");
        fo.addParam("wmode", "transparent");
        fo.addVariable("preloaderColor", "0x00C0C0");

Usually it is the top one two or three rows of thumbnails that cannot be clicked.  Any ideas on fixing this for firefox?