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alomenzo says

I purchased the Nevia slider and my customer is asking to disable the “responsive” feature on the slider. I’m not sure if that’s considered responsive, but in other words, when placing the cursor over the images that are sliding, it should not stop the sliding and they do not mind of not having the left/right arrow that appears when placing the cursor over those images. Does anybody know where I could find those settings. I have checked the css files and rest and cannot find it. I’m not a newbie, but not advanced user either.. Please help.

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ThomGeskin says

Hi Anthony, this is a general open forum, you can post the issue directly to the author here. The link takes you to the item’s Comments section, where you can also browse previous posts and hopefully find a fix.

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