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Hi Just started working with the Pop-up’s and wondered if it was at all possible to change the text size for the image description when using the 'slimbox' engine?

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Only way I can think of is to change slimbox CSS file, you can find in: plugins\content\AdmirorGallery\popups\slimbox\css\slimbox2.css

Or maybe you could add some stile to your own CSS to override current settings.

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