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I’ve seen on one of the tutorials about the meteor sideshow!
Is there a tutorial where you show how to set up and load the images for the slideshow so that it operates correctly?
I’m using the classic responsive skin as on the thesis download!
It did eventually change to the new colour scheme but it doesn’t change it instantly as the video tutorial explains. Just tried it again and the same result.
Very interested in learning about the 3 column layout as you say you’ll be releasing a video tutorial this week?
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