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Motarny wrote:
Slider should have more in width..

What were your tour display dimensions? And your thumbnail dimensions?

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mediavets wrote:
Motarny wrote:
Slider should have more in width..

What were your tour display dimensions? And your thumbnail dimensions?

Everything is in %, so dimensions in pixels in fact don't matter. I set thumbnails size to 12%.

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Motarny wrote:
mediavets wrote:
Motarny wrote:
Slider should have more in width..

What were your tour display dimensions? And your thumbnail dimensions?

Everything is in %, so dimensions in pixels in fact don't matter. I set thumbnails size to 12%.

OK - but in the instance you illustrated this was 12% of what dimension in pixels?

I mean do you have a very large very high res. display?

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mediavets wrote:
Motarny wrote:
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What were your tour display dimensions? And your thumbnail dimensions?

Everything is in %, so dimensions in pixels in fact don't matter. I set thumbnails size to 12%.

OK - but in the instance you illustrated this was 12% of what dimension in pixels?

I mean do you have a very large very high res. display?

That was something about 1500x1000 on the screen.

I work on 1920x1200px

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