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I was contacted by a client that the popups changed. I solved some of this like showing the magnifying glass, that's a setting.

But now the transition is not like the images slide, but disappear and than come back. The client think that's to restless. But I see no option to change that. Is it possible the old way. You can see how it is now here: https://bluetrout.nl/work/128-shimmer and click on one of the small images.

Also if I change the background I can't change the color of the text. Do I have to do that in my stylesheet? Would be nice if that was just a setting.

I use JCE pro and mediabox on J3 in this case. The only settings I have are (see image):

https://bluetrout.nl/jcemediabox.jpg

Travel the world with me !

more than a month ago
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#108954
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I was contacted by a client that the popups changed. I solved some of this like showing the magnifying glass, that's a setting.

But now the transition is not like the images slide, but disappear and than come back. The client think that's to restless. But I see no option to change that.


We you perhaps using MediaBox 1.2 on the site? The transitions changed in MediaBox 2. There isn't an option to change them.


Also if I change the background I can't change the color of the text. Do I have to do that in my stylesheet? Would be nice if that was just a setting.


Yes you would need to change this in the stylesheet, eg:


.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-caption h4, .
wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-caption p,
.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-numbers button {
color: #333;
}

.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-next > svg,
.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-prev > svg {
fill: #333;
}

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

more than a month ago
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#108954
Accepted Answer
I was contacted by a client that the popups changed. I solved some of this like showing the magnifying glass, that's a setting.

But now the transition is not like the images slide, but disappear and than come back. The client think that's to restless. But I see no option to change that.


We you perhaps using MediaBox 1.2 on the site? The transitions changed in MediaBox 2. There isn't an option to change them.


Also if I change the background I can't change the color of the text. Do I have to do that in my stylesheet? Would be nice if that was just a setting.


Yes you would need to change this in the stylesheet, eg:


.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-caption h4, .
wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-caption p,
.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-numbers button {
color: #333;
}

.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-next > svg,
.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-prev > svg {
fill: #333;
}

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

more than a month ago
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#108956
Thanks Ryan,

The css I understand but you can change the backgroundcolor so for users who don't understand it would be maybe a nice idea to give them the option to change text color as well.


.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-caption h4,
.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-caption p,
.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-numbers button {
color: #333;
}

.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-next > svg,
.wf-mediabox-theme-shadow .wf-mediabox-prev > svg {
fill: #333;
}


You had a typo in the code so I place it here again.

The transition that can't be changed is a bummer. It's very nervous for a lot of readers. Any change in the future (sliding only) would be very welcome.

Anyway, thanks again for the fast response.

Travel the world with me !

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