Any ideas for a workaround? We have multiple users submitting photos to the Media Library via front-end form posting. Need to be able to access them and share with BP members via one sitewide gallery. Uploading them a second time is not an option as we are a photography group and will quickly take up significant storage space. 🙂
Fonts are there but I’m getting the following error in the Chrome developer console:
[Intervention] Slow network is detected. See https://www.chromestatus.com/feature/5636954674692096 for more details. Fallback font will be used while loading: https://www.HIDDENFORRPRIVACY.org/wp-content/plugins/mpp-light-gallery-master/assets/fonts/lg.ttf?n1z373
Does this mean that font is falling back to some “default” that is empty?
Cleared browser cache with no change. The only way I could get the default gallery back was by deactivating Light Gallery. Confirmed that the setting was set to use the Default Grid and not Light Gallery, then reactivated the Light Gallery plugin. The Light Gallery is still overriding the default gallery. Thoughts?
I have tested on multiple browsers and multiple devices. No arrows, only empty boxes. I’ve never seen the arrows since installation. Are the fonts included in the install? Due to GDPR, we cannot access fonts on remote servers and they need to be hosted locally. Can you point me to the folder where the fonts are installed so I can confirm they are there?
A little more information… I can make the browser TALLER and nothing changes. The portrait image still scrolls off the screen. If I make my browser LESS WIDE, then the image resizes and fits in the container. If I make the browser WIDER, the image scales and then requires scrolling.
So it’s something to do with the width as well as the height. The viewport height is being ignored (even tried setting it to !important) and the width seems to be affecting whether or not portrait images are being scaled correctly.
Horizontal/landscape images seem to work just fine.