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Superb transition slideshow Module

Superb transition slideshow joomla module is an image slideshow module that brings each image into view using 1 of N randomly chosen transitional effects in IE browsers. For other browsers that don’t support these built in effects, a custom fade transition is used instead. This module loads the images from the specified folder.

Feature of this module

1. Simple image gallery (galleries).
2. Easy installation.
3. Lovable transition effect on IE browser; simple fade transition on other browser.

Installation and configuration

1. Download the superb transition slideshow module from the download location.
2. Log into the administrator section of your site.
3. Go to Extensions → Extension Manager.
4. Browse and upload the available zip file.
5. Install module by pressing “Upload File & Install” button.

In the download page, module for joomla version 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 2.5, 3.0, 3.2, 3.3 available.

3.3 Change log
Warning message issue has been fixed.

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Reviews: 13
Apparently I had high expectations for this project that was installed with no problems and its administrator is simple but my sadness was not working on the new 3.1 jommla hope it's a quick opinion and is solved but I give only two stars.
Owner's reply

Hi ideasjm,

I have already tested this module in 3.1. In the download link page we have separate zip file for 3.1.

Please let me know if you have any issue.

Reviews: 2
I've been looking for a slideshow that transitions without anyone having to click anything and that runs as a module. This extension does exactly that. It was easy to install and set up and it's running well.

Except... I don't see any way to center it in the sidebar where I have it positioned. And you can only add 10 photos. Ideally, I'd like to just point the module toward a specific image folder and have it rotate between the images in the folder.

Not pulling from a folder isn't a deal killer for me. Not being able to center the module is, however. The module looks sloppy when it's too far to the right. If that gets fixed, I'll gladly change my rating from Good to Excellent.
Owner's reply

Hi Barefootmeg,

You can upload N number of images into the images folder. In the admin we have option to set the image folder.

No admin option to change the image position. But you can change the DIV class in the module JS file.