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[resolved] Slideshow should keep image ratio (7 posts)

  1. tate83
    Posted 2 years ago #


    I noticed that the Slideshow function seems to convert the images to a standard ratio and cut off some borders if the picture has a different ratio. Happens for example when they are a square like 800x800. A picture taken with 1024x800 seems to loose much less borders, if at all.

    Since I use the gallery for a professional photographer, we would like to keep the image ratio also during slideshows, even if this means that it might get a bit wild when displaying different picture ratios after each other (which we will avoid by having different folders for different pictures ratios).

    How can I change that?



  2. tate83
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Ok, I figured it out myself.
    Not difficult but was looking at the wrong place - just adapt the WordPress Media Settings to keep ratio for thumbnails

    This works at least for thumbnails, now I just need to know how to make the same edit for slideshows..

  3. dalemoore
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Were you able to figure this out for the slideshow, tate83? I have the same issue. For some reason, the slideshow is based on the height, not the width... which doesn't make sense to me for a responsive design, all media queries I've ever seen use always are based on the width of the viewport, and the height should scale accordingly...

  4. tate83
    Posted 1 year ago #

    No, I coulnd't find the solution for slideshows yet. I deactivated slideshows on my page for now. Still need a solution.. did u find something?

  5. dalemoore
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Yes, sort of. I was able to get it to stop cropping my slideshows and to keep their proper dimensions. I used this in my functions.php:

    // Change Homepage Slideshow config
    function my_slideshow_options( $options ) {
      $options['time']        = 3000;
      $options['fx']          = 'simpleFade';
      $options['loader']      = 'pie';
      $options['loaderColor'] = '#417CAB';
      $options['height'] = '28.5%';
      $options['minHeight'] = 'auto';
      /* $options['portrait'] = 'true'; */
      // never forget to include this line:
      return $options;
    // hook your function to the filter
    add_filter( 'eazyest_gallery_camera_slideshow_options', 'my_slideshow_options' );

    More info here: http://brimosoft.nl/2013/04/04/how-to-change-to-slideshow-in-eazyest-gallery/ He uses the Camera slideshow, which config can be found here: http://www.pixedelic.com/plugins/camera/

  6. tate83
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks for the information, that looks like the stuff I need and it seems to work :-) However, I have one last problem:
    The automatically generated link to the slideshow on each page leads to /large like here:


    but the slideshow only works when I manually open

    Do you know where I need to edit the link generating stuff?

    Best regards,

  7. tate83
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Update: I edited the hardcoding in the plugin frontend folder. but is there a more upgrade-secure way?

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