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[Plugin: Lightbox Plus] Grouping Labels doesn't remember first field (7 posts)

  1. thenightrider
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Under Lightbox Plus – Primary Lightbox Settings:
    Primary Lightbox – Base Settings:
    For Grouping Labels, the first field isn’t remembered and always displays the word “image”, such as “image 4 of 20″ instead of something like "# 4 of 20".

    I’m using the latest available: Lightbox Plus Options v2.2.2 (ColorBox v1.3.15) on several different WordPress 3.0.5 installations.

    See the behavior at http://voodoostingray.com/photos/

    This used to work properly in a prior version, but broke in (I think) v2.2, and is still broken in v2.2.2.

    Anyone have a fix?

    Thanks

  2. Peter Brock
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have noticed this bug as well. No idea how to fix it though.

  3. Peter Brock
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    This bug is still "bugging" me. Seems like something a developer would want to fix, since it's a visual blemish.

  4. thenightrider
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I found a workaround for Lightbox Plus 2.2.2 (the extraneous scroll bar bug returned in 2.3 and is still present in 2.4, so I'm not upgrading). In the first field of the Grouping Labels I put a space and in the second field I put a slash. The plugin remembers this, so now I have "1/9", "2/9", etc. instead of "image 1 of 9", "image 2 of 9", etc. This works for me.

  5. thenightrider
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    There is actually a space on either side of the slash, so the pagination appears as "1 / 9", "2 / 9", etc., but I can live with this. Interestingly, there is no leading space, which is better anyway! This trick also works in 2.3, but I haven't tested it in 2.4.

  6. Peter Brock
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thanks be to TheNIghtRider. The space trick worked for me. I put a space in the first field to defeat the default. Then I started with a space in second field, followed by "of".
    Now I get "1 of 3".

  7. thenightrider
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Glad to be of service!

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