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Slider Timer and Titles

Posted on 2013-05-27
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I have a  slider that changes images automatically.  Each image has a link on it.  This all works as it should.  The problem I am having is that the titles are not matching with the photos.  It starts out fine, then it gets wacky.  Any help is appreciated.  The page link.

http://www.menuhead.com/index.html
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Julian Hansen earned 500 total points
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Are you referring to the titles at the bottom where after it repeates you get all the titles sliding across the bottom bar before resuming?

One thing I noticed in your carouFredSel - you have circular set to false - what happens if you set that true?
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Yes, I am refering to those titles.  I tried seting it and what happened was the first title showed with the first slide, then the second slide with the last title, the third slide with the next to last title.  Seemed to start at the begining then from the end towards the beging.
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