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    I use the plugin NextGen Gallery to include a Gallery of images to my blog posts. Originally, it also included a feature similar to lightbox, so I deactivated that one when I switched to Brightbox. Now it only includes the single images as thumbnails including the links to the full-size images. (see screenshot) Once I click on them, lightbox opens and I can go through the images.

    However, the mouseover animation of lightbox seems to mess the thumbnails up. Once I hover over the rightmost picture in each row of thumbnails, the animation shifts down the following rows and inserts a row of the lightbox-loupe images (screenshot)

    Did you witness such behavior before and is there a workaround? Might also be due to a conflict of this gallery plugin and Brightbox, so I have to find another one. Can you guys recommend a gallery-plugin that works well with Brighbox?

    #47394

    Update: Only at places where are thumbnails that I hovered over before, the loupe-cliparts are inserted. Where there is a thumbnail that was not hovered over before, only a white area is inserted.

    To play around with this bug, see Shutterlag.

    Thanks for your support!

    #47395

    Hey,

    add following code to css/custom.css:

    .ngg-gallery-thumbnail img{
    border: none !important;
    }

    #47396

    Thanks Dude!

    You guys really rock!

    #47397

    Glad that I could help you :)

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