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Bug with Carousel and Nextgen

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I have set the carousel settings (see attached screen grab) to display nextgen thumbnails but the carousel is not working.  Instead it is showing all of the thumbnails and no scrolling effect.  Any idea what may be going on?


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Hi Dave


My first thought would be that there's a js conflict on the page which is causing the carousel to behave like that, but looking in firebug I can't see anything which confirms it's conflicting. Could you try disabling any third party plugins (the floating icon one on the homepage could be the cause) to see if this rectifies the carousel.

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Yeah, I deactivated all the plugins (except for Nexgen cause that is where the images are pulling from) and still get the error... weird.  

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That makes me wonder if it's nextgen causing the issue. Are you using the latest edition of the nextgen plugin/framework/wordpress etc?

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