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Offline avoorpool

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Slides Display Delay
« on: July 21, 2012, 04:21:12 PM »
Hi Jacques,

I'm updating my [images] page a bit, and came to the conclusion that the <start> <stop> function is great, however with some of my "footnotes" you have to read VERY quickly  :D
In other words, the 5 sec countdown is often too short.
How (and where) do I edit this time???
I've looked into the .js files, but can't find the time stamp and I get confused since I don't use the Header slides display which also has a time (refresh) rate of image display.

Thanks,
Enjoy your weekend,

Arthur
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Re: Slides Display Delay
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2012, 04:30:01 PM »
Ohh Jacques, one more thing.

Is the display of images (slides) according the # or the order in which they occur in the images.htm page??
In other words:
I now have them all in order: Image 0 - image 24 in the images.htm file
When I add images, and the order is:
1) image 0
2) image 1
3) image 2
4) image 15
5) image 3
6) image 24....etc will it display it in this order, or according the actual image number (0, 1 ,2 ,15 ,3 ,24...)??

Thanks

Arthur
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Re: Slides Display Delay
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2012, 04:47:35 PM »
Hi Arthur,

For this slideshow, in images page, you have to go to folder
slideslib, you'll find a file named jquery.ad.gallery.js, this is
the configuration file for that slideshow (trends.js for trends page).

You wil find at very start of this file a "list" of 21 items nested
(a javascript array)  there you have 2 speed that you can adjust:

- animation_speed: 400
This is the time slices needed for an image to be 100% visible
(time duration of the slide "effect")

- speed: 5000
This is the time slices to wait for next image (the one you need!)

You could play with all items from this array, it's the "configuration" array.

A note for time "slices", in Javascript 1 sec. = 1000

Regards,
Jacques

Ps. Take a copy before!  ;)
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Re: Slides Display Delay
« Reply #3 on: July 21, 2012, 04:59:52 PM »
Arthur,

I've numbered images to show how they appear from 1 to ....
but 1.jpg isn't a "command", it's only to help understanding.

list could be:
- Mom
- Dad
- Son
...

They appear in readed order (like us, from up to down)

Jacques
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Re: Slides Display Delay
« Reply #4 on: July 21, 2012, 05:08:19 PM »
Thanks Jacques!!

Very helpfull!!

Arthur
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