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  • I want to insert pictures from a nextgen gallery in my blog entry, but I want to insert the images one by one in my text. Something like this:

    bla bla bla
    photo 1
    bla bla bla
    photo 2
    bla bla bla
    photo 3

    I then want to have a lightbox effect to see a larger version of the photos. I’m able to achieve this using the singlepic shortcode. But I would like to do one more thing: when I’m looking at the larger version I want to be able to move between the images without having the close/open the lightbox for each photo.

    This is how my code looks like

    bla bla bla
    [singlepic id=12 w=640 float=center]
    bla bla bla
    [singlepic id=13 w=640 float=center]
    bla bla bla
    [singlepic id=14 w=640 float=center]

    But the result is that I need to click to show one picture, then close it and then open next. This is probably due to that the resulting html code:

    <a href="" title="" class="thickbox" rel="singlepic13">
    	<img class="ngg-singlepic ngg-center" src="" alt="bla" title="bla">

    The other images have the rel-tag singlepic14 and singlepic12. I assume that these need to be the same value to get the effect I want but how do I do this?

    I tried

    [singlepic id=12 w=640 float=center rel=xh]

    but it doesn’t work and I can’t find any example of how to do this.

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