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Javascript display issue with Chrome

  • When I view a slideshow in Google Chrome (any slideshow, including the example on the author’s page), the first cycle through looks normal, but subsequent cycles have the images shifted down (so only the top half appears, in the bottom half of the image window).

    In addition, if I open a page with a slideshow in Chrome, minimize or background the window and do something else, and then go back to the slideshow window, the slides cycle through very rapidly, as if “catching up” to the cycle timing.

    Everything seems to work normally in Firefox and IE, and until recently (maybe a week ago), everything worked in Chrome as well. I’m using Chrome 13.0.782.112 m in Windows Vista, and WordPress 3.2.1. After some Google searching and browsing the author’s page, it seems like a common issue, but there’s no thread here yet. Is there any ETA on when this might be resolved?

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  • im have idem problem,… =( help please!

    buggy. Also when checking on gtmetrix and webpagetest there seems to be an error loading some part of this plugin.

    Any chance for an update with fixes ?

    my resolved this problem,…….

    with wordpress.3.2.1 and newspapertimes theme magazine3

    problem in navigation menu, main title and slide show,…

    fix is too easy 😀

    style.css delete one short code an FIX BUG.

    MY PROBLEM HERE
    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/832/errorgooglechrome.jpg/

    my resolved in style.css here

    normal code and crash templates in google chrome:
    #header{height:185px;padding-top:5px;border-bottom:0px solid #EAEAEA;position:relative}

    FIX 🙂 any simple delete short code =) and OK chrome, mozilla, IE

    | DELETE |
    #header{height:185px;padding-top:5px;border-bottom:0px solid #EAEAEA;position:relative}

    this ok and FIXED error
    #header{padding-top:5px;border-bottom:0px solid #EAEAEA;position:relative}

    sorry for mi bad english =( my not speak english.

    this solution helpyou realy? tellme ok?

    thanks an regards.

    my delete : height:185px; in code of style.css and mozilla, IE and google chrome function an design OK.

    my working in one solution for slide show =)

    Plugin Author cpres

    @cpres

    Thanks ozalazar the fix will be in the upcoming release

    Cpres, when? I’m also having this bug 🙁

    I’ve just upgraded to version 2.0.1 of Slideshow Gallery Pro, and I’m still having the same issue. In Chrome, the slideshows will cycle through correctly once, and then subsequent cycles will only display the top half of each slide, shifted down 150 pixels. The slideshow on the author’s page (http://cameronpreston.com/projects/plugins/slideshow-gallery-pro/) exhibits the same behavior. It seems to work fine in Firefox or IE, but still does not work in Chrome.

    I’m not sure if I understand ozalazar’s post correctly, it appears to be specific to a different theme, so I have not tried his suggestions. (I’m using the Twenty Ten theme).

    I upgraded to 2.0.1 and keep having the issue too. You can check it at http://eilertsen-granados.com/ The front page carrousel is done with the plugin. In “Transition Style” I’m using “Default fade”.

    Hello boys, mi wordpress site, is correct function with google chrome with change style css

    fix is easy and work OK with all browsers

    SORRY FOR MY BAD ENGLISH, im from argentina not speak english =(

    and fix for your error in google check this code:

    my resolved in style.css here

    normal code and crash templates in google chrome:
    #header{height:185px;padding-top:5px;border-bottom:0px solid #EAEAEA;position:relative}

    FIX 🙂 any simple delete short code =) and OK chrome, mozilla, IE

    | DELETE |
    #header{height:185px;padding-top:5px;border-bottom:0px solid #EAEAEA;position:relative}

    this ok and FIXED error
    #header{padding-top:5px;border-bottom:0px solid #EAEAEA;position:relative}

    I’m not finding a height attribute in my style.css, it sounds like it’s theme-specific.

    In the Twenty-Ten style.css, all I see is:
    #header { padding: 30px 0 0 0;}

    I guess I’ll just look for another slideshow plugin for now.

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