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nmshah

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Posted on: 2008/12/15 6:17
nmshah
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#11

Re: gallery module with fade in - fade out image block

Thanks. That really cool. It will be a great to have such blocks in gallery.
When can we expect the next version of extgallery to be released. Also is there a hack to implement it in the current version if the release will take some time.

Thank again for the great module

zoullou

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Posted on: 2008/12/15 11:01
zoullou
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#12

Re: gallery module with fade in - fade out image block

Hi,

I think that the 1.0.5 version will be release before the end of year.

Yours

nmshah

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Posted on: 2008/12/15 11:59
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#13

Re: gallery module with fade in - fade out image block

Great news, thanks a lot once again

Rickb

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Posted on: 2008/12/15 16:00
Rickb
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#14

Re: gallery module with fade in - fade out image block

Duplicate:

Upon trying to install that Mastop mod. I get errors like:

"ERROR: Could not insert template mpu_index.tpl.html to the database.

ERROR: Could not insert template mpu_menucss.block.tpl.html to the database.

ERROR: Could not insert template mpu_menurelated.block.tpl.html to the database."

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Can some help me? I am getting these errors on 2 different Xoop installs on 2 different hosting companies.

Rick

optikool

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Posted on: 2008/12/15 19:23
optikool
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#15

Re: gallery module with fade in - fade out image block

That effect could have been done with jQueary, but looking at the www.zoullou.net website, they mixed the thumbs together with the javascript. There's no real easy way of doing what you want unless you redo the block or create a new block. The reason is, the thumbs are in a javascript function and not in an html element like a div. Hopefully the creators of this module will eventually put the thumbs in a div and manipulate the div instead of putting them in javascript.