[closed] Transparent curtain in front of js-based lightboxes WP 3.6-beta3-24372 (5 posts)

  1. VesaT
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Depending on the browser, different js-based lightbox images show correctly for a brief moment but the are fully or partly covered by a black transparent "curtain", which most probably should be behind the image to partly cover the actual page in the background.

    Happens e.g. with Pinterest Lightbox plugin and PicLens when showing images from NextGEN Gallery. Effects on a couple of browsers:
    - Opera 12.15: both the above lightboxes fully covered by the 'curtain'
    - Firefox 20.0.1: PicLens works ok, but Pinterest Lightbox images are halfway from top covered by this 'curtain'.

    With WP 3.5.1 all these work ok.

    I would not use 3.6. in production unless this is somehow solved.

  2. Have you mentioned this to them?


    (I don't know which PicLens you mean)

  3. Jon Lynch
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I have just found this out to my cost... on a production site.

  4. jimlongo
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Same issue - on a complex site with NextGen 1.9x or 2.0x updated to WP3.6 every mac browser throws this curtain over the entire page.

    Maybe a javascript collision of some kind, because on another very simple site with 3.6 and NextGen2.07 everything works fine.

  5. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 1 year ago #

    WordPress 3.6 is no longer in beta. Please post your own topic.

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