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Javier Rincón commented on Will Fairhurst's post over 4 years

It works for me Ken. Thanks. But this is a temporally workaround, I hope.

Javier Rincón commented on Stéphane Richin's post over 5 years

Yes, if you have "variable_height: true;", no workts properly with this options:

timer: false;
next_on_click: false;
slide_number: false;
circular: false;
variable_height: true;
container_class: orbit-container-ssmm;
pause_on_hover: false;
navigation_arrows: false;

Further, if "circular:false", I've had to remove the navigation_arrows because they not work properly. Further, in dis situation, I chaged "variable_height:" to false and I put deep linking to navigate between slides and work ok in big-medium devices, but in small devices the deep linking is broken again.

I think Orbit widget is ok with symple options, but isn't appropriate in production mode and some specific options. There are many problems in this (and other) forums with it.

Javier Rincón commented on Brian Rizzo's post over 5 years

The same problem for me. Are you tried in small devices?, the deep linking not works properly.

Javier Rincón commented on Trevor West's post over 5 years
Javier Rincón commented on Trevor West's post over 5 years

In this case:

<div class="row">
    <div class="small-centered large-uncentered small-4 columns"></div>
    <div class="small-centered large-uncentered small-4 columns"></div>
    <div class="small-centered large-uncentered small-4 columns"></div>
</div>

the last column is positioned to the right, because to the

  [class*="column"] + [class*="column"]:last-child {
    float: right; }

rule of Foundation 5.1.1

I don't understand this rule. Must I tweak the code of Foundation to center all columns in small devices?

Javier Rincón commented on Javier Rincón's post over 5 years

Hi Rafi,

yes, the '@include' not works for me, but if I set directly the attribute, it works.

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You commented on Will Fairhurst's post over 4 years

It works for me Ken. Thanks. But this is a temporally workaround, I hope.

You commented on Stéphane Richin's post over 5 years

Yes, if you have "variable_height: true;", no workts properly with this options:

timer: false;
next_on_click: false;
slide_number: false;
circular: false;
variable_height: true;
container_class: orbit-container-ssmm;
pause_on_hover: false;
navigation_arrows: false;

Further, if "circular:false", I've had to remove the navigation_arrows because they not work properly. Further, in dis situation, I chaged "variable_height:" to false and I put deep linking to navigate between slides and work ok in big-medium devices, but in small devices the deep linking is broken again.

I think Orbit widget is ok with symple options, but isn't appropriate in production mode and some specific options. There are many problems in this (and other) forums with it.

You commented on Brian Rizzo's post over 5 years

The same problem for me. Are you tried in small devices?, the deep linking not works properly.

You commented on Trevor West's post over 5 years
You commented on Trevor West's post over 5 years

In this case:

<div class="row">
    <div class="small-centered large-uncentered small-4 columns"></div>
    <div class="small-centered large-uncentered small-4 columns"></div>
    <div class="small-centered large-uncentered small-4 columns"></div>
</div>

the last column is positioned to the right, because to the

  [class*="column"] + [class*="column"]:last-child {
    float: right; }

rule of Foundation 5.1.1

I don't understand this rule. Must I tweak the code of Foundation to center all columns in small devices?

You commented on Javier Rincón's post over 5 years

Hi Rafi,

yes, the '@include' not works for me, but if I set directly the attribute, it works.

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