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  • Resolved verdichtung

    (@verdichtung)


    Hi,
    after the update to version 2.1.0. there is a problem with the columns when you use responsible content with a gap between the columns:
    I’m using the uniteGallery plugIn to get responsable galleries in one column and a describtion in a second column on the right. With 2.1.0 the gallery disappears when there is a gap (md) between the columns. When I put the gap to “none” the gallery is back, but the describtion is horrible close. With former versions everything was working fine…
    Thanks for your support and for the plugIn!
    michael.

    • This topic was modified 11 months, 3 weeks ago by verdichtung.
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  • Plugin Author nK

    (@nko)

    Hi, Michael.

    This gallery plugin? https://wordpress.org/plugins/unite-gallery-lite/

    If yes, I have tested it and it is working for me:

    Editor:

    Frontend:

    Maybe you can give some more info about gallery settings, so I can replicate the bug.

    Regards, nK.

    … I figured out, that the problem is fixed when I put my columns to “auto” instead of (I think it was by default?) “inherit from larger”.
    this is strange. I hope, that’s not the final solution – to repair all my stuff like this would cost hours.

    In the unite gallery plugIn I use picture around 1000 x 1500px to offer them full frame and I exported a textfile of the “Grid Theme” settings wich you can import via the “advanced” tab:

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xtpanel_padding_left”:”15″,”slider_textpanel_padding_right”:”10″,”slider_textpanel_fade_duration”:”200″,”slider_textpanel_enable_title”:”false”,”slider_textpanel_enable_description”:”true”,”slider_textpanel_enable_bg”:”true”,”slider_textpanel_bg_color”:”#ffffff”,”slider_textpanel_bg_opacity”:”0″,”slider_textpanel_css_title”:””,”slider_textpanel_css_description”:”color: black; font-size: 10px;”,”show_advanced_tab”:”true”,”include_jquery”:”true”,”js_to_body”:”false”,”compress_output”:”false”,”gallery_debug_errors”:”false”}”;}

    Thank you!

    Plugin Author nK

    (@nko)

    Could you show me your page online with this bug? I still can’t repeat it locally, but maybe this could be fixed with a small additional CSS.

    Probably this happens because we changed columns wrapper in 2.0 update.

    https://aussenstelle.net/ponydrome-e-v-postkartenserie/
    …but it is working, because I changed manually the version back to 1.6.3 and now I’m testing with my staging page:
    screenshot

    Plugin Author nK

    (@nko)

    Yep, I think this happens because of new columns structure. You can re-create the columns to fix this issue.

    For a quick fix without re-creation rows you can add this custom CSS:

    .ghostkit-grid > .ghostkit-col > .unite-gallery {
        -webkit-box-flex: 1;
        -ms-flex: 1;
        flex: 1;
    }
    

    Regards, nK.

    thanks it works with the custom CSS.
    I’m fine with it this way 🙂

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