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Yes I know this is probably yet another dumb question but… I know you can set the slideshow autorotation rate for all galleries and then change it for each gallery. But what if you want to set a gallery to have no autorotation but have a different rate to the default rate if the user hits the ‘play’ button. I think the default rate is too quick and I want to slow it down…
Thanks in advance,
What I meant was – if you set a gallery’s autorotation rate to 0, when the user hits the play button, the rate seems to be about 4-5 seconds regardless of what you make the default settings in flashlight settings. The way around it for me is to make the default setting a longer time, and make every gallery use the default setting. If the user clicks on a thumbnail, the autorotation stops anyway…
You can try to change the default autorotation value. Open up wp-contentthemesflashlightjsavia_fullscreen_slider.js and search for:
Replace “3” with any other value – it stands for the auto-rotation interval in seconds.
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