Just a question about lazy loading

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It appears to me that sometimes, when i open a newly created page with Grid Gallery, more thumbnails are getting loaded automatically when the end of the page is reached by scrolling it down, without the need of hitting the "show more" button, while most of the times i do have to click that button in order to get more thumbnails loaded. So i'm not quite sure what's the intended behavior. Should it load more thumbnails automatically?

Personally i would prefer that thumbnails are lazy-loading dynamically while scrolling down the page, without having to hit the "more" button, just like the thumbnails of Tumblr archive pages do, or Google's images search.

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shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
You can control this behavior with turn on/off "lazy loading"
okapi replied on at Permalink Reply
It was simply a problem with CSS. I had a bad CSS rule in my theme that kept lazy loading from working:
html {
overflow: -moz-scrollbars-vertical;
overflow: scroll;

Deleted that rule, and lazy loading works fine now!

Thank you,

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