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bart:

--- Quote from: Jonah on April 03, 2007, 02:20:09 PM ---Thanks for the bug reports.  The ordering of images in thumbnail view is messed at the moment.


--- Quote from: bart on April 03, 2007, 12:14:46 PM ---But i think you will be soon with a nice slideshow better then the Todd one you have with the other template at the moment. ;)

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Ya, it's a 3+ year old freebie off the web.  Find/code us a better one!  :-)

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I was thinking it would better to open a new topic for this.
I'm better in giving feedback then coding stuff...  ;)

I can tell what i what i'm looking for in a slideshow   ;D:

It would be nice if the pictures would zoom out and in and be fading. Actually the only example for this is a screensaver i know. you can find it here If I find an example on the web i will post it here.

Also a navigation button would be nice. If possible or if it is needed a background what is fading away like for example when in windows vista a error shows up would be cool too.

I know I ask a lot, but that would be nice targets to set and these are possible.

Maybe somebody else have some good ideas about this. just post it.

edit:

http://www.flash-slide-show.com/download/flash-slideshow-res.php
Here you can create slideshows it's not the perfect tool because it's not compatible with joomla and it isn't free. but the trial version gives a nice impression on how it could be.

Jonah:
Those are some great ideas.  A xml template is also in the works for http://www.slideshowpro.net/ and should be ready in a few weeks.  This will integrate it totally with RSG2. Again unfortunately proprietary however, so the quest for an OSS flash slideshow continues...

Daniel Tulp:
maybe something that looks like http://expose.modus.ie/expose-demo/index.php

bart:
Those are nice ones too. still I would love to see zooming in and out on the pictures like on the screensaver. If you have seen the standardphotoscreensaver on the mac then you also know what i mean.

also a good example of the background i have found it here:
link (click on the picture and you know what i mean).

edit:
Here you find some of the source files from the demo above.
LINK and HERE

Daniel Tulp:
that isn't flash, it is a modification of the lightbox 2 script, which is javascript, I believe it even uses some ajax

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