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  • Resolved simooo

    (@simooo)


    Hi there!

    Just installed the plugin but am stumped by a weird behaviour I’m getting. After cycling a few times round the whole gallery I get stuck on an empty slide where the image is invisible or off screen somehow.

    Once the slider is in this state, what happens when I click either arrow is that I get a flash of the next slide, which then goes blank again, as if the image was yanked out of view. After a few clicks this behaviours stops and I can only get a blank slide.

    Another thing that always seems to happen at the same time is that the inline CSS left attribute goes from this kind of representation:
    left: -146125px;

    To this:
    left: -1.82656e+07px;

    It also only seems to happen when the viewport is fairly large, but could be a coincidence.

    The slides still advance – i.e. the classes of the .slick-slide DIVs will still change so that the next one will get the .slick-current class, etc.

    Does this sound familiar? I’m running this locally at the moment but maybe I’ll be able to put a version online soon.

    Thanks for any help figuring this out.

    Cheers!

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  • Plugin Author DesirePress

    (@desirepress)

    Hello @simooo,

    Thank you for contacting us.

    Regarding mentioned issue we have checked plugin at our end but didn’t find the issue.

    So, can you please share your site URL after live, so that we can take a look and provide you a solution.

    Please let us know.

    Regards,
    Desirepress

    Hi,

    After a bit of digging I managed to figure out that this was caused by a container with a width of auto.

    What really stumped me was how random the behaviour was and that the problems only happened after moving several slides. But it seems having a non-set width on the container messes with the calculations somewhere along the line.

    Hope this was useful information!

    Cheers,

    Simon

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