[rz] Lights Off in your site *** UPD 2015-Jan-07 ***

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Re: Turn off the lights in your site! *** UPDATE Jun-03-2013

Post by Sharid » Fri Nov 28, 2014 2:08 pm

Hi

I am using the following [rz] Lights off and i have a little problem with it, which is that everytime the lightbox opens the lights off extension overlaps the lightbox, is there a code i can stick in the lightbox setting that will bring the lightbox to the front when it opens.

I have tried to right click and move the [rz] Lights off to the back but that did not work.

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Re: Turn off the lights in your site! *** UPDATE Jun-03-2013

Post by [RZ] » Fri Nov 28, 2014 2:14 pm

are you using the free version?

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Re: Turn off the lights in your site! *** UPDATE Jun-03-2013

Post by Sharid » Fri Nov 28, 2014 2:19 pm

Yes i took it off the extension site sometime back. I have also noticed that when the lights go off it does not tuen them off for the layers

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Re: Turn off the lights in your site! *** UPDATE Jun-03-2013

Post by [RZ] » Fri Nov 28, 2014 2:25 pm

i dont understand what the problem is
just build a test project with the isolated problem that proves that the issue is in the extension itself
you can send the project using the contact page clicking in the links below of the post
(however, you may be asked to upgrade as the previous free versions are obsolete due the many new features added to the software)
with regards,

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Re: Turn off the lights in your site! *** UPDATE Jun-03-2013

Post by Sharid » Fri Nov 28, 2014 2:53 pm

Email with attachment sent

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Re: Turn off the lights in your site! *** UPDATE Jun-03-2013

Post by [RZ] » Fri Nov 28, 2014 2:57 pm

Can you tell me please when and from which site you got the extension?
Thanks

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Re: Turn off the lights in your site! *** UPDATE Jun-03-2013

Post by Sharid » Fri Nov 28, 2014 3:10 pm

Off the wyswyg web builder extenstion, must be some time back, when i had version 8 or 9 of the software. its been well over 8mths. it is not a recent download so can not remeber the exsact date. I only download extensions from the site, or if there is a link to the developers site.

I hope this helps, i have not used lights off in the past, thought it would be a good feature, just the little problem. I was looking for a way to bring the lightbox forward via settings is this possible

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Re: Turn off the lights in your site! *** UPDATE Jun-03-2013

Post by Sharid » Fri Nov 28, 2014 3:28 pm

did the file i emailed you, show the problem i am having? :oops:

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Re: Turn off the lights in your site! *** UPDATE Jun-03-2013

Post by [RZ] » Sat Nov 29, 2014 3:40 pm

you are using a "masked" / "anonymous" / "one-time" / "fake" / "disposable" type email service
you are not providing me the details from which site you downloaded the extension nor the approximately date

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Re: [rz] Lights Off in your site *** UPD 2015-Jan-07 ***

Post by [RZ] » Tue Jan 06, 2015 10:39 pm

UGPRADE AVAILABLE

* New in version 1.1:

- Added RWD support.
- Added more 3D push effects.
- Optional "push" images and all other images to turn-on and turn-off also are optional (just the first one is required).
- Individual fade-in and fade-out time factors.
- Images are preloaded for smoother button behavior.
- Events support: onclick, onturnon (turn-on cycle started), onturnedon (turn-on cycle ended), onturnoff (turn-off cycle started), onturnedoff (turn-off cycle ended).
- External custom function calls: SiteLights.turnon(); SiteLights.turnoff(); SiteLights.toggle(); (Change "SiteLights" with the actual instance name).
- Now jQuery is not required.

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