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Chuck Finley:-
Hi Stu! I tested the Cube Slideshow and I noticed it is making the images bigger than the native jpg file. Even in your preview, the images appear as 480px wide but I think they are actually 400px wide. It seems they are expanding by 20%. This makes the images look soft. The CSS is very clean and well written but I can't seem to find why this is happening. I'd like my 480px jpgs to stay 480px in the Cube Slideshow so they don't get soft and fuzzy. What do I need to edit in the CSS to achieve this? Thanks in advance and I appreciate your kindness.
(26.07.2013, 02:55)



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