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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 9:13 pm 
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Is it possible to combine this template with the carousel-big template in order to achieve the same setup as carousel with buttons in the bottom and with the mosaic hover possibilities?


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Everything is possible, just to find someone to make it :lol:

Making a template from existing web gallery library is easy, programming a custom library is a different story :-P

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 01, 2011 1:33 am 
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I thought it would be easier to implement the j-query in the already made carousel template than to make a completely new template :P But I also have no experience in j-query whatsoever xD

I just really wanted that specific library but I guess i have to go with making a flashgallery then and implement it with a joomlaextension, since I am not sure I will be able to implement the jquery library in the carousel template if someone as skilled as you can't ^^'


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That's the source of the problem... I'm not so skilled to read someone else code with ease. I try my best, but I'm still far from pro coder.

If You build a flash gallery, which using XML as a input for files and descriptions (like default Simple Flash template), than it can be easelly made as AG Template.

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