Pausing Photo Display

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Pausing Photo Display

Postby techgy » Sun Sep 19, 2010 10:22 am

Yesterday I switched the home page of our family's computer to http://new.lds.org. Shortly after that switch my wife said that she didn't like it and went on to say that when she started to read the text next to a picture being displayed (top of screen) that the picture would change on her before she finished.

So after a little experimentation I have discovered that if you click the mouse on the picture itself or the area to the right of the picture that the display of the photos will pause.

After the photos are paused you can click on either of the direction arrows ">" or "<" on the right or left side of the screen to move through the photos. Furthermore clicking on any area below and outside of the photos frame will cause the photo display to resume its automatic sequence.

This "pause" feature will work with IE8, FF, or Chrome.
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Postby aebrown » Mon Sep 20, 2010 4:57 am

techgy wrote:So after a little experimentation I have discovered that if you click the mouse on the picture itself or the area to the right of the picture that the display of the photos will pause.


Clicking on the picture or to the right of the picture doesn't make it pause. Pausing is done simply by hovering the mouse over the picture or its accompanying text (with or without clicking). Moving the mouse pointer away from that region will cause the automatic cycling to resume.

Using the arrow pointers does help you find a picture/article you want and then you can keep your mouse pointer over the picture/article if you need more time to read it.
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