Strange pre-load of the large image?1 user found helpful
Could be a conflict based on using the same names, but I'll let you know when/if I find the error.
Actually i wonder why this hasn't been discussed earlier, since this is a very annoying side effect.
Of course this is not a very elegant solution, so i would love to know Remo's opinion about the phenomenon that this addon displays the full-size image for a fraction of a second in IE, each time the page is loaded.
It therefore happens with all kinds of jQuery scripts that the page looks different until the page load process has been finished. Depending on the amount of data you want to load, the effect can differ of course. In the case of a big picture, things look probably worse than with most scripts.
Adding some inline styles to cut off the big picture should work..
There aren't many other solutions, I'd say it's the best idea to add some inline styles. I'll put this on my list..
thank you so much for your quick reply!
Adding style="display:none;" on line 24 of the view.php did the trick for me. (Of course i didn't edit the view.php of the package, but a copy of the view.php placed in new folder named "zoom_image" in the "blocks" directory at the root of installation directory).
view.php line 24:
<div id="zoomImage<?php echo $bID;?>" style="display:none;">
UPDATE: This modification is obsolete now, since Remo has updated the code! Thanks, Remo.
I assume that this isn't a big problem nowadays but it's something I'll keep in mind if I ever build a new zoom image block..