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Hi,

First of all thank you very much for this nice extensions.
I want to do the following based on the Gallery View Template 3.x. Any help will be greatly appreciated:
a) I would like the filmstrip below the picture to stop at the last picture and not repeat.
b) I would also like to slide the pointer and not the entire filmstrip. I found that there is an option for that in jquery.galleryview-2.1.1 but it doesn't seem to work.
c) I would like to reduce the left and right padding/margin of the filmstrip
d) Is it possible to have left and right arrows on the main image so someone can navigate not only from the filmstrip but from the image as well?
e) Finally, is it possible to click on the image and view it larger with i.e. a fancybox effect?

Thank you in advance,

Keep up the good work!

Yiannis


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