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I am having a problem with my jquery camera slider on this site:
http://iconplumbing.com/plumbing/

for some reason, i uploaded all my images into the system as 1170x600.
in the settings, i put my height should be a set 600px.
 when the slider loads, it cuts off the top and bottom.
I tried all the different settings and I can't get it to just load the whole image as is.

What should I be adjusting?
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Question by:rivkamak
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by:Tom Beck
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I'm not seeing the top and bottom cut off but I am seeing the left and right cut off. I checked Chrome and Firefox.

Your uploaded images are only 425px high, not 600px, so the slider is stretching the image and cutting off the left and right to give you the height you want without distorting.
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by:rivkamak
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In my media library, it says this:
File name: slider-1.jpg
File type: image/jpeg
Uploaded on: February 9, 2015
File size: 66 kB
Dimensions: 1170 × 600

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where is it changing it to 425?
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Tom Beck earned 2000 total points
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Don't know. I downloaded this image which is listed as a source for one of the slider images:

http://iconplumbing.com/plumbing/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/slider-6-1170x425.jpg

And it is 1170 x 425.
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