fade & arrows #379

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ghost commented Jun 15, 2012

Issue:

When mode is set to fade and buildArrows and or toggleArrows is set to true, the arrow controls sit behind the images. In vertical and horizontal mode the arrow controls sit on top of the images.

Fix:

Add z-index to
.anythingSlider .back
.anythingSlider .back a:hover
.anythingSlider .forward
.anythingSlider .forward a:hover

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Hi mycueb!

Thanks for reporting this issue, I will try to work on getting this fix in soon!

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Hi mycueb!

Thanks for reporting this issue, I will try to work on getting this fix in soon!

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Ok, I finally got around to looking at this... which theme has this issue? I only noticed that the "minimalist-round" and "minimalist-square" arrows went behind the slides, but it didn't really seem like a big deal.

The metallic theme works fine.

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Mottie commented Jun 22, 2012

Ok, I finally got around to looking at this... which theme has this issue? I only noticed that the "minimalist-round" and "minimalist-square" arrows went behind the slides, but it didn't really seem like a big deal.

The metallic theme works fine.

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Hi Rob,

The minimalist-round theme has the issue. Well that was the theme I was
using to build my slider. It was an issue for me because the
arrows don't sit outside the image area (so the user couldn't navigate). It
was a simple z-index fix though.

Awesome slider.

Cheers,
Paul.

On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 2:24 PM, Rob G <
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wrote:

Ok, I finally got around to looking at this... which theme has this issue?
I only noticed that the "minimalist-round" and "minimalist-square" arrows
went behind the slides, but it didn't really seem like a big deal.

The metallic theme works fine.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub:
https://github.com/ProLoser/AnythingSlider/issues/379#issuecomment-6500323

ghost commented Jun 22, 2012

Hi Rob,

The minimalist-round theme has the issue. Well that was the theme I was
using to build my slider. It was an issue for me because the
arrows don't sit outside the image area (so the user couldn't navigate). It
was a simple z-index fix though.

Awesome slider.

Cheers,
Paul.

On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 2:24 PM, Rob G <
reply@reply.github.com

wrote:

Ok, I finally got around to looking at this... which theme has this issue?
I only noticed that the "minimalist-round" and "minimalist-square" arrows
went behind the slides, but it didn't really seem like a big deal.

The metallic theme works fine.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub:
https://github.com/ProLoser/AnythingSlider/issues/379#issuecomment-6500323

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Ahh ok, I understand now. I'll add a z-index in the next update then :) Thanks!

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Mottie commented Jun 22, 2012

Ahh ok, I understand now. I'll add a z-index in the next update then :) Thanks!

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Ok instead of adding a z-index to the arrows, I set the active panel to have a z-index of zero and inactive panels have a z-index of -1. It looks like it did the trick. Thanks for reporting this issue!

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Mottie commented Jun 22, 2012

Ok instead of adding a z-index to the arrows, I set the active panel to have a z-index of zero and inactive panels have a z-index of -1. It looks like it did the trick. Thanks for reporting this issue!

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