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jlwitt

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Slideshow jumps out of full-screen mode when moving to a neighboring folder
Posted: 9 Feb 24, 19:37
 
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Using Version 5.1.3, jAlbum 34.

Set to go fullscreen during slideshow, which works as expected.

However, as soon as the slideshow moves to the next folder, it's no longer in fullscreen. There's also a bunch of brief screen activity as the folder changes.

Same behavior on Windows, both Chrome and Firefox.

https://gdlines.org/GDRP/Magazines/album/index.html

Is this the expected behavior? Due to the nature of my site, there are many folders, some of which may have only one image.

Thanks, Jeff
RobM

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Re: Slideshow jumps out of full-screen mode when moving to a neighboring folder
Posted: 9 Feb 24, 19:51   in response to: jlwitt in response to: jlwitt
 
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When you move to a different folder you are loading a different index page. From the Tiger manual ‘Going back to index pages will stop full screen mode.’
https://jalbum.net/help/en/Skin/Tiger/Lightbox/Main_image
JeffTucker

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Re: Slideshow jumps out of full-screen mode when moving to a neighboring folder
Posted: 9 Feb 24, 19:53   in response to: RobM in response to: RobM
 
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... and no browser will allow a page to be opened in fullscreen mode. It's a security issue. When you go to a new folder, you are opening a new page.
jlwitt

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Re: Slideshow jumps out of full-screen mode when moving to a neighboring folder
Posted: 10 Feb 24, 00:16   in response to: JeffTucker in response to: JeffTucker
 
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OK, thanks. I'll just disable the full-screen mode.
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