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studio-in-blue says

I put in a ticket, but it seems like this isn’t a theme problem so much as a Prettyphoto problem. Has anyone here had issues where Prettyphoto doesn’t crop the images like it should? Right now everything is in a single, jagged row rather than in 5 neat rows. The css is attempting to line them up, but the images are all different widths (but the same height). So…Prettyphoto, right? What am I missing?

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Pirenko says

Without a link to a sample page I think nobody will be able to help you… Including me :)

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studio-in-blue says

Hi Pirenko! I subscribed to this thread bud did not receive notice about a reply. I don’t have the site active at the moment, but can email a link when I do.

Since the theme wasn’t purchased from you, would it be fair to ask for assistance? I’ll email the link when it’s live and see if we can work out something too. Thank you! :D

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studio-in-blue says

The problem I had been having was fixed with the latest quickstep update, but thank you very much for your offer to help.

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