Support » Plugin: Twenty20 Image Before-After » can no longer ctrl-click access the images under the gray caption overlay

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    Hi Zayed,

    Twenty20 is great plugin that lets me show thin section images in regular light and under crossed polarizers.

    However, a new feature in the latest update seems to have broken an important functionality I used to have with the previous version of twenty20. In the past, I could control-click (Mac) on either the “before” or “after” image and then be able to download that image to my computer.

    Now, however, the new gray overlay that hosts the before and after captioning prevents me from being able to access either of the images underneath, and so the control-click menu has changed.

    I’ve tried changing the shortcode back to the simplified version I was using previously (which only included the offset), but the new gray overlay remains. If I have hover=”true”, I can minimize the appearance of the gray overlay, but then of course I can’t navigate the cursor to one of the images because it pulls the slider along (and I suspect the overlay is still there anyway, just invisible).

    It’d be great if on your next plugin update that you make the gray overlay optional, or even better, have a checkbox that lets the Twenty20 user revert back to “classic” mode, before these latest “enhancements”. While I am currently taking advantage of the before=, after=, and hover=”true” enhancements, it’s not because I need them… I was simply curious. The old version better was actually better for my needs. Or if you have another suggestion for how I can restore my previous access to the images in the container, that’d be fine too.

    thanks,
    Spanky

    • This topic was modified 8 months, 1 week ago by  spanky129. Reason: fixed incorrectly-rendered special character

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