Support » Plugin: NextGEN Gallery - WordPress Gallery Plugin » Double Border Showing up When Adding to .slideshow Style

  • I have a gallery up here.

    Because the images are different sizes/aspects, I would like a border around the images when the user goes to slideshow mode. I added a border by going to Gallery –> Style and amending the Slideshow area. Copypasta below:

    /* ----------- Slideshow -------------*/
    .slideshow {
    	margin-left: auto;
    	margin-right: auto;
    	outline: none;
    	border: black solid 1px;

    However, it looks like the slideshow div is used for both the container for the slideshow (960 wide) as well as the flash object, which is set to 900×900. This leads to a dual border; one around the container and one around the actual image.

    I can’t add a style to my page, because the page itself just has the ngg shortcode for the gallery (the gallery is the default view, the user has to choose slideshow). So if I add a style around that, I’ll get a border around my thumbnail picture view as well, which I don’t want.

    Is there a way to clear the class from the flash object? Or will that cause more harm than good? Am I looking at this problem correctly?

    Thanks in advance.

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