[pmwiki-users] Display issues with Mini/Lightbox

Mike mike at widowitz.com
Sat Aug 14 15:29:54 CDT 2010

Dear all,
please disregard my post below. I decided to switch to the Thumblist 
recipe instead, which is working well. Sorry and thanks,

On 14.08.2010 19:37, Mike wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm running PmWiki as my web site engine (and find it great).
> Now I've come to set up the Mini recipe to display image galleries.
> While I have already once successfully set up the Mini recipe to display
> images with the lightbox engine, this time and with my skin there are
> display issues when I do a "Mini:*.jpg" on the eight attached images.
> In Internet Explorer, the page is usable:
> * the page renders perfectly fine with 8 squared "mini images"
> * upon clicking them, the Lightbox opens. However, it does not "shade"
> (i.e., make dark but transparent) the entire window, but only the "first
> full screen" of it. (This means: if the HTML page is three screens long,
> the dark film ends after one third of the page)
> In Google Chrome (5), nothing really works:
> * the page does not render correctly, even though the 8 Minis get
> displayed. But even without clicking any image, the top half of the
> screen gets dark
> * clicking an image makes the entire screen white first, then displays
> the image, but on plain white background. The frame, image controls etc.
> show up at the bottom of the screen, one has to scroll to get there.
> So to make it short: I now have to find the reason why some part of the
> display does not work. Probably it's the skin's fault. Does anyone have
> an idea what could be the explanation - or even better, a fix?
> Thanks,
> Mike

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