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    Using the galleries

    This is probably the wrong section of the forum for this thread, so moderators please move as you see fit. I was wandering if the gallery sections could be changed to view images within a gallery using the right and left arrows on the keyboard. At present I have to exit the gallery and enter again to view another image. I just thought that others may find it useful to scroll within a gallery, rather than exit and enter. Perhaps this already exists and I'm not pressing the correct keys.

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    Try clicking on any image. Then look below the displayed image (below the author's name) and you will see the following pair of mouse-clickable links:

    « Previous Image | Next Image »

    Will these work for you?

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    Yes they do and thank you, as I now feel very stupid for not noticing this before.

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    I could wish that clicking the image takes you to the next...

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    Well, maybe the left side of picture is sensitive to clicking to the next forward, and the right side of picture is sensitive to clicking to the next back in time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
    Well, maybe the left side of picture is sensitive to clicking to the next forward, and the right side of picture is sensitive to clicking to the next back in time...
    Bill, this is how the photo gallery is set up on artdaily, see below:-

    http://www.artdaily.com/

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