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 Post subject: Flash image viewer
PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2009 7:48 am 
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Hi all,

I'm looking for a flash image viewer for my web gallery. I need something like Picasna a full screen image viewer.

Picasna required Wordpress to be installed since it's plug-in of it. I'm doing my webpage in old fashion HTML way & my images are not store on Picasa.

Is there any freeware something like VisualLightBox but can display the image in fullscreen like Picasna? Thanks!

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Take a look at Airtight Autoviewer. I use it on my site. Here's a demonstration: http://westerbeek.biz/Fotos/actie/index.html

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Thanks Citruspers for the reply, but I need something even larger. That won't be limited by the page's frame or the browser windows. Something that can display "outside" the browser so that user no need to scroll.

Many thanks! ;)

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Phew, getting picky are we? ;)
If memory serves, lightbox allows you to do this, otherwise search for flashslideshow full screen ;)

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Old thread I know but.... Anything of interest here?

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