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    Need a slideshow script that has a few specific features...

    I need a something that is either javascript or a flash template that will allow different image sizes and that also has the next and previous buttons. I have found loads with the buttons but they don't have the ability for landscape AND portrait images, I have been looking for ages!

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    I have one that I have been working on which you might be interested in. You can view it in action here. Its one failing at the moment is that it has no provision for non-javascript enabled browsers, but I'm almost done with that part (if I ever get time to work on it, that is). Anyway, if this looks like something you'd be interested in using, I'll post a "how to set it up" document with a simpler slide show example than this one.
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    It's great apart from I don't want a drop down menu with the images listed. Also I need the controls to be static so that they don't move with each image size, I have no idea how this could be done in javascript as I am a complete beginner lol

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    You could just remove the drop down list from the HTML if you didn't want that. As for the controls not moving, just move those above the image so they would stay in the same place from slide to slide. Making changes like this wouldn't break the slideshow functionality.

    The javascript isn't what you'd have to manipulate with my slideshow script, just the HTML. As I said though, if you care about whether or not this script still functions if javascript isn't working, I still have more work to do on it.
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