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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:53 am 
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Hi ! Thanks for your great component !
But I will like to know if it's possible to apply the basic settings of the component in the menu Admiror gallery setting ?
Cause I will like to apply my basic settings when I add a Admiror gallery in my menu, not to change in each menu I add, I'm afraid of forget one option and search for many hours the problem ...
Can you help me ? Is this option possible ?
Thank you so much for your answer,


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