• Resolved Snake-Plissken

    (@snake-plissken)


    Hi there,

    i set my lightbox library to lightgallery (https://sachinchoolur.github.io/lightGallery/)

    however, I am missing most of the elements in the top toolbar like zoom buttons, full screen buttons and so on. the only button I see is the “download” button and the 3 social network buttons. when i go on lightgallery website, it looks it comes with a build in and nicer share option, which can be opened by clicking the sharing symbol in the top toolbar, which is missing in my gallery as well.

    here an example to the toolbar
    https://sachinchoolur.github.io/lightGallery/#lg=1&slide=2
    the toolbar on this page is different to what i see.

    another issue is the scrolling with mousewheel between pictures. Is there a way to implement these things?

    Thanks

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Sayontan

    (@sayontan)

    however, I am missing most of the elements in the top toolbar like zoom buttons, full screen buttons and so on. the only button I see is the “download” button and the 3 social network buttons. when i go on lightgallery website

    You can enable most of these from Photonic → Settings → Lightboxes → LightGallery. Bear in mind that each feature you add plugs in some additional scripts on the page.

    it looks it comes with a build in and nicer share option, which can be opened by clicking the sharing symbol in the top toolbar, which is missing in my gallery as well.

    There is no way to use LightGallery’s inbuilt sharing option – LightGallery’s inbuilt deep-linking cannot handle several of Photonic’s gallery scenarios, hence it had to be replaced. A very simple distinction is that LightGallery’s deep-links are dynamic positions; if you have added more photos to a gallery, LightGallery’s links get misdirected.

    another issue is the scrolling with mousewheel between pictures.

    This is not a built-in LightGallery feature: it simply gets activated if you have the jQuery MouseWheel script loaded on the page. As it happens, Photonic does not load any jQuery libraries apart from the core jQuery script. So this is not possible to activate directly via Photonic.

    Hey, thanks @sayontan for the quick and detailed responses. Support is second to none from you.

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