Is there a way to flip through images of a page?

What I want:

  • in an article with little text and many images (potentially reduced-size), focus on the images and see them sequentially, all in 1:1 scale

How I want it:

  • click an image
  • see in in an overlay with left/right navigation arrows
  • click right arrow to see next image without closing overlay
  • click left arrow to see previous image without closing overlay
  • when I close overlay, scroll page to the location of the last viewed image

Think of the image viewer in Facebook. Left/right, comments, full-screen, close. Something like that.

Confluence 5.6.5 just opens the image, all I can do is click aside it to close it.

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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Mar 04, 2015

Hi Gyuri,

At least some of what you are asking for can be done simply by upgrading to Confluence 5.7.

However, currently when you close the overlay it does not take you to the location of the last viewed image.

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