It would be great if there were programmatic pause/resume methods for when autoSlide is true.
I agree. I will definitely add these public methods in a future release.
I agree on this one too.
Plus i know that there is an 'autoSlideToggleSelector' now added, but this does not work - in my case at least, even when autoslide is set to true.
Anybody has similar issues?
Not working at all? Might be a bug. I will take a look at it.
Hmm, this might help you:
Might be something to due with the Double Slider version (Ex nr 5). I am using this one, and i edited the original example for no interference with my scripts, and the bug is present.
BTW my element is: < div id = "autoScrollToggle" > Start < / div >
What does your JS iosSlider initialization code look like? I want to make sure your using it correctly.
Well last time i used this in your example from the package i downloaded, so should be correct. I just added the selector name, and created the object in the source end.
And i forgot to mention, that the selector and init is correct, as cursor:pointer is added to it automatically. The action however ... is another story :)
Ok, thanks. Just covering the basics before I dive into it. Let me get back to you with a fix.
Added autoSlidePlay and autoSlidePause public methods. Updated
benchmarks with test case. Ref issue #114
Added public methods: autoSlidePlay, autoSlidePause to v1.1.66. Enjoy :)