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Easy Slider JQuery vertical issue

Posted on 2011-02-16
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Hi,
I'm having an issue with the Easy Slider JQuery script.  I am wanting to display <li>'s (300px wide by 90px high) containing text, which scroll up (rather than the default horizontal setting).  Within the easySlider1.7.js script there is a simple enough setting to set  "vertical:      true" and you state the li dimensions within the css file - but it's giving me unwanted jumping.  I have put up a demo here, which other than the above changes is pretty much as the developers demo was:

http://www.networlddesign.co.uk/testing/easyslider1-7/01.html

What am I missing?

Many thanks in advance,
Tony
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This definitely looks like a bug with the script. This is something you'll have to contact the developer about.
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OK, many thanks.
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