Option to avoid looping through pictures of a gallery in the lightbox

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Hi Steev,
is there a way to make Fluid Gallery stop at the last/first picture of a gallery instead of continuously looping through all pictures in the lightbox?
I think it would be nice, if there would be an option in the block settings.

Thank you,

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Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
Not an option, but images do not loop now. Please update to version 1.4
okapi replied on at Permalink Reply
Many thanks for this!
Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
BTW, does the new 'fade in' lazyload work okay for you?
okapi replied on at Permalink Reply
Yes, absolutely. I love that smooth fading in!
ARTRIUM replied on at Permalink Reply
Hey, we'd actually very much like a looping option. It feels "fluently" flipping through the photos with the keyboard arrow keys ..if an autoplay option would be possible the lopping picture flow is also great. Looping canmimic/pretend/sugorate a deep photo bibliothek, after the 15th photo why not just going back to the first one? Maybe a bullet indicator (below) can hprovide a visual feedback where the user is in the library etc.
okapi replied on at Permalink Reply
It depends on the intended use of the gallery.
While i'm totally satisfied with Fluid Gallery NOT continuesly looping through images, others may need that feature. I think it should be optional. What about implementing a switch to turn looping on or off?
Bullets as indicators may be fine for sliders, but i don't believe that they make sense for galleries. If there is a larger number of images in a set, let's say 100 photos, it would be odd to have to stare at 100 bullets in the lightbox.

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