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  1. I already managed to get rid of the transition of the "next" image, but the "previous" image is still fading away, I can't manage to target that one. The website is http://www.cerrutidraime.com/selected-work-new The code I used to remove the "next" image transition is: .sqs-active-slide { opacity: 1 !important; } The fading away of the "previous" image is more visible when you move between images with different aspect ratios. Thank you
  2. Hello, Does anyone know how to get rid of the fading transition between images on thee gallery block slideshow? I just want it to not have a transition at all! Thank you
  3. Hello Everyone, I've been trying to figure out this for a few days, but with no success. It is actually a tricky thing to explain 🙂 I have an issue with Gallery Blocks, more specifically Slideshows. I'm a photographer and I have images that I need to put in the same slideshows (Projects) that have different aspect ratios (6x6, 6x7, etc.) When I do this the gallery automatically the image with the widest aspect ratio and uses that size as the standard for that slideshow, like this: Why is it not good for me: Because I have several slideshows scrolling down my homepage, and let's say that there is: - 1° Slideshow that has as first image a 6x6 and second a "WIDE" one. - 2° Slideshow that has only 6x6 images. What happens is that the only 6x6 is going to be a bigger image/square that the one in the mixed slideshow, because that 6x6 hight it's given by the height of the WIDE image. and that looks very bad. The perfect solution for me would be for every image to reference to the size of the square, like this: Know, before anyone tells me to use the Crop option, I can say for sure that I don't want my images to be cropped! Hopefully I explained myself because Is not easy to phrase this problem!! Thank you in advance to everyone!
  4. Yes, sorry for the late reply! Is www.cerrutidraime.com
  5. Hello, I'm trying to remove the ease in and out transition effect from my slideshows. I managed to remove the "ease in" part with this code: .sqs-active-slide { opacity: 1 !important; } But the previous image is still "easing out". I can't seem to find the name to target that. Can anyone help? Thank you!
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