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Modify Image Zoom Script

Posted on 2013-01-08
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My shopping cart uses an image zoom script that automatically loads all sizes of all additional images for every product.
I want to modify the script somehow to only load the main display image and load the other images on demand when they are clicked. The problem is that I don't have access to the script itself. I would just need to post a script on the product page itself to overwrite the original script and prevent it from loading the images.
See example here: http://www.lowpriceskates.com/riedell-r3.aspx
It pre-loads all possible images instead of just the first one.
Let me know if you have any questions or don't understand. Thanks!!
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Hi,

I have taken a look at the sourcecode, and I think this is the Magic Zoo Plus script from: http://www.magictoolbox.com/magiczoomplus/

Do you have access to the part of the script that initializes this zoom script, or are there parameter options in the backoffice of your shop? There is a parameter that you can set that tells the component how it should be initialized; load, click or mouseover:

file://localhost/Volumes/Data%20HD%201/UserData/walter/Downloads/magiczoomplus-trial/parameters.html

see item 'initialization' (only versions >4.0)

Hope this is of any use.

greetz,
walter
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