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Vertical option in slideshow?

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Jul 22, 2017

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Is there a way to make images slide from the top, instead of the bottom? I want to duplicate the effect like this website, Curly Girl Collective | Celebrating the Beauty of Natural Hair, but when I switch from fade or horizontal to vertical, the images slide up, instead of down. Seems like I should be able to change the HTML to allow for this.

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Vertical option in slideshow?

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Is there a way to make images slide from the top, instead of the bottom? I want to duplicate the effect like this website, Curly Girl Collective | Celebrating the Beauty of Natural Hair, but when I switch from fade or horizontal to vertical, the images slide up, instead of down. Seems like I should be able to change the HTML to allow for this.

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One workaround would be not do automatic play but leave vertical.

If you watch my example from today: Instead of the forward button you may take only the BACKWARDS button.

This way the pictures slide from top to bottom BUT need a clicking action of course.

Three-or-more-as-you-like

Hope this helps – place a feature request about movement of slideshow – might be interesting for many of us.

Uwe

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That's a nice work around, but unfortunately, my client needs the images to automatically change.

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That`s a pity. So you have to go the hard way and look for a widget from 3rd party in www.musewidgets.com

I tried to turn the slide show up side down to trick it the other way round but this works only for accordions, unfortunately

Life would be so easy without clients .

The only man I know would be Günter Heißenbüttel​ – he´s the man to find solutions out of the box if there are any.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Thanks

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Have a lok at this file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/psysjogze0i4xw2/Diashow-downwards.zip?dl=0

Don’t take it to serious. It „works“, but the main drawback is, that slideshows aren’t responsive for now!

If you want to know, how this is done: First puzzle by yourself, then ask!

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No offense, but since I do not know you, I do not want to download any files. As for the responsive part, I have gotten away from responsive and use fixed breakpoints now because it makes sites react much cleaner. 😉

If you can load that file onto a server so I can see it online, that would be great. How did you do it?

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Since you're an Adobe Community Professional, I took a chance and downloaded it. I see you used an accordion widget, unfortunately, you can't make that full width, I guess that's what you meant by responsive. I need the slideshow to be full page like my example and then scroll down to reveal the rest of the website.

Just seems like I should be able to modify the HTML to change the verticle direction.

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Did you look at musewidgets.com? I am sure you find something there which fits your needs.

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No way with Muse features "out of the box".

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