Using the latest 1.3.3 version of jquery lightbox, WordPress 3.1.3 and Windows 7 with two monitors, the second of which is set to 1024x768 resolution.
If I click on a tall lightboxed image, when the larger version opens, it seems to ignore the margin I have set (120). With the image still open, I use my right cursor key to move to the next image, then the left cursor to move back and, now, the original image is properly sized with the correct margins.
The size of the enlarged image should not depend on whether it was clicked on or not, should it? This happens in both Firefox and IE.
EXAMPLE: REPRODUCING THIS ISSUE
1) Use a low-resoultion 1024x768 monitor,
2) Go to my blog post, "Basic Lightroom 3."
3) Scroll down to the lighboxed image with the caption "Twirl Open" under the subheading "Choose Your Source Folder." It's image 4 of 9.
4) Click on it to enlarge the image. The bottom of the lightbox window will be behind the Wibya toolbar at the bottom of my site. (Remember, this happens on a 1024x768 screen, but not on a higher resolution display).
5) Use your right cursor key to move to the next image (or click on the right side of the image).
6) Once the next image (5 of 9) opens, use the LEFT cursor key to move back (or click the left side of the image)
7) Now, the tall image (4 of 9) is properly sized with a lower margin that keeps it from being covered by the Wibya toolbar.
Any solution to this? Seems something is broken in the code. It's not a huge deal, but it's an unintended behavior, isn't it?
Any help is appreciated. Love the plugin despite its quirks.