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SAKBE Module

Flash Slideshow with Ken Burns effect
• Can load unlimited number of images , each image can have its own text description.
• Image screen size are resizable.
• Image from a specified folder or from a subfolder of images/stories
• Slideshow activation yes/no
• Image loop transition
• Random image sequence
• Show buttons yes/no
New features 1.3 :
• Possibility of inserting the module multiple times on the same page .
• Can select font color and background color for Title message
• Can select opacity value for Title message , 0 = transparent, 100 = full opacity
• Can select font color and background color for Description message
• Can select opacity value fot Description message
• Can select button command over color

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Reviews: 2
Good extension so far!
Chose it because its Joomla 3 compatible.
However, can`t find a way to contact the development team.
Would it be possible to add the "Pause on mouse hover" function.
Thanks for your work anyway.
Reviews: 1
This is simply great artwork. Easy to install, easy to use and in my subjective opinion way more aesthetic than anything else I've seen out there. Its focus isn't categorical presentation of tons of pix but embellish a template with a best-of collection of your photographical artwork. I agree in the other guys review, where he regretts that it is not working on smartphones (tablets) -and I think this is the only thing to complain about in this extention. And also I have made pretty good experiences with support of the developer. Answered fast and competent, helped me (noob) patiently out. It is worth a try and worth a donation.
Reviews: 4
This extension is easy to setup. Select relative path to photos, insert title/description [optional], determine size [optional] and choose menu(s) in which to appear. Then publish. That's all :-)

The support by the developer is exemplary, he quickly helped me out on a problem caused by my domain hoster.

Unfortunately I can't watch the slideshow on my smartphone because of lack of flash facilities. A fall back to HTML5 in case of that would be desirable :-)

Well, it's a quite young product with already good start features and some development potentialities.

Right on!