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For me (Mac OSX Yosemite 10.10.3; Google Chrome Version 42.0.2311.135 (64-bit)) the slide show feature is now totally absent; I have to click on each picture and then I typically get an image larger than my screen size.
The loss of the slide show feature is a major problem for me.
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Tom if no one knows how to fix it then PM Cricket and see if she can help.

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Tom if no one knows how to fix it then PM Cricket and see if she can help.
I already have...right after the new version was released. I don't like it either.

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Tom have you tried going back to the Classic Version to see if it still works in that format?

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The slide show feature is now gone from the Classic Version also.
One peculiar thing I also noted. In my opening post, in theNew Version, my Large Red Type overlaps from line to line and generally looks poorly set. In the Classic Version it looks as I expected it to look.

It seems there are still bugs to be worked out with the New Look.

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Thanks Charles. I have done just that. Following your suggestion also led me to find that the Large Bold Red type looks as expected in the classic view but the lines overlap in the new view.

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I agree about the slideshow. When members have posted multiple photos of a project, it was much easier to understand the flow of their work by advancing through the slideshow rather than having to go back and open each file.

It seems I never finish what I
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Now prying foot from mouth. For some reason, I wasn't aware of being able to go back to classic version. I did that, and now can advance through photos. Thanks.

It seems I never finish what I
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Testing what happens when I upload and insert 4 images.

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