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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 6:01 pm 
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Hello,

I am writing here because I am facing a problem with Admiror.

First: When I click on the thumbnail and the picture shows itself in its majesty, the image is way too big and does not fit in the screen. (medium sizes 1920*1080)

Second: I have Admiror in one article. I wanted to add a different gallery in another article, I can normally do it in the editor, but when I save and open my webpage, I receive an error message.

Do you know how can I solve those problem?

Thank you in advance, and wish you a happy new year!

Diz.


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 Post subject: Image Size + admiror in 2 articles
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You can change the popup you are using to the one that enlarges the image to screen size.
I think you can try fancybox.

For the error, it is hard to give any advice without more detailed info on the error you are getting.

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