I can look at fixing this in the next release.Originally Posted by boyemillar
Any chance of you uploading a screenshoot so I can see exactly what's wrong?
Here is a sample of the way it looks i rekon its definatley something to do with the flash header as it stays lit up until i capture the screen then it greys out like the rest of the screen.
By the way its only a funny test product i dont sell any HOFF products
This looks to be a great mod - My problem as an obviously out-dated and over-the-hill kind of guy is how do I open a .rar file? Is it mandatory to purchase WinRAR or some other tool? Obviously I'd prefer a free option - or better yet, do you have this in a .zip?
You can use WinRAR for 40 days on a trial basis. After that a 'nag' screen appears everytime you launch the program.
There are plenty of free programs that will allow you to create, edit and unpack rar files. Just search Google. :)
If you really want a .zip version I could upload one. Let me know.
Here you go...
Thanks for that - It's a cool module. However, it wasn't working properly all of the time. On the main or first image it would default to a white background, full screen version of the image. If I continued to open it, it would eventually open with the lightbox. This was occurring in IE.Originally Posted by Alex Clarke
Subsequently I removed the module and unfortunately I am now having the same issue with my original configuration. The first image is not opening with the pop-up but in it's own full-screen window. Any idea what would cause that?
I was able to rectify the situation so as to be able to return to my original configuration. It looks to have had to do with tpl_modules_main_product_image.php. I replaced the file with my backup and all is good. However, I don't know why it was occurring with the lightbox.Originally Posted by MeltDown
Since we're talking about version 1.2, please find a list of changes below...
- Removed redundant images files -> 'prev.gif' and 'next.gif'
- Fixed width of 'prev' and 'next' links
- Added close link to lightbox image
- Added Flash by-pass code to avoid overlay issues
Please note, if you are using any Flash objects/elements in your template you will need to put the following div tag around them.
Anything within these div tags (your Flash and any other code) will be ignored when the lightbox appears on the screen. This is to prevent any overlay issues. Don't worry, it'll be restored when the lightbox is closed.Code:<div class="flash">your-flash-code-here</div>
As far as I know, this is the only solution (at the moment).The class "flash" does not need to exist in your css.