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Cycle2 next/prev cycling 2 at a time instead of 1

Posted on 2014-01-20
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Hi,

I am using Cycle2 plugin for a image carousel.

The next/previoous buttons i have implemented seem to cycle images 2 at a time instead of 1.

Slideshow is here: http://openwaterdesign.com/

Any ideas?
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Ioannis Paraskevopoulos earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Checked your page code and noticed you have the following files:

plugins.js

and

cycle2.js

The first file has an older version of the cycle2.js. This causes the cycle-next event fire twice.

Good luck,
Giannis
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by:coolispaul
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oops!

Thanks a lot
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