Slideshow lightbox also on mobile

1 week 4 days ago #47261 by b3studio
in property details page clicking on the slideshow makes the current image is showed in a pop-up lightbox, but this happen only if you browse the site on desktop.
On mobile instead nothing happens if you touch the image (previous/next arrows work), moreover if you "double-click" on the slideshow ( that is "double-touch") the entire slideshow disappear.

You can verify this on your Demo portal, for ex. on this page :

How can i have the lightbox working also on mobile ?
1 week 2 days ago #47262 by b3studio
Don't you consider this a bug ?

This is a video showing the slideshow in your demo disappearing on double-tap (mobile) :

I suppose it is related with galeria libraries but i don't know how to modify them.
4 days 19 hours ago #47275 by b3studio
Looking at Galleria docs i found this option : fullscreenDoubleTap

I suppose that this option has been enabled on Jomres but, as i said, it doesn't work.

Can someone please tell me which .js files are used for generating the slideshow and where can i find informations to learn how to enable full screen on mobile ?
4 days 19 hours ago #47276 by Rodrigo Rocco
it is within the template file slideshow.html

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4 days 18 hours ago #47277 by b3studio
I found the solution :)

I added
fullscreenDoubleTap: true,
trueFullscreen: false

to slideshow.html and i used it as override template.

Double tap to open/close full-screen slideshow on mobile.
19 hours 56 minutes ago #47293 by Rodrigo Rocco
:) :) :) :) :)

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