just can't seem to figure these out...

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  1. lkeel
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    Jul 2012

    Posted 20 Jul 2011 Link to this post

    I have a couple of questions about some of the functionality of the rotator when in coverflow.

    1) Is there a specific property to turn on to allow the reflection?  I have set the rotatortype to coverflow but there is no reflection.

    2) I have taken the code from the coverflow sample here.  But I want to add functionality such that when the user double clicks the picture that is currently being shown, then I want to show that picture in a larger image.

    Thanks in advance,
    Lee
  2. Slav
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    Posted 21 Jul 2011 Link to this post

    Hello Lee,

    In order to successfully enable Coverflow mode, please verify that you have configured properly the following:
    1. Telerik.Web.UI.RadRotatorAnimation.set_scrollAnimationOptions is added in the client-side section of your page.
    2. The Height property of RadRotator is set to high enough value to accommodate both the images and their reflection.

    As for showing a larger picture, when an item of the RadRotator is double clicked, you can achieve this by using the ondblclick attribute of the image HTML element in the ItemTemplate. Please use the sample project I attached as a reference to incorporate this functionality in your actual project. Also note that for the purpose of demonstration I used the same image with greater width to display the double-clicked one, but for your project it will be better to have separate size, so that the quality of the bigger image is not spoiled.

    I hope that you will successfully resolve your issues with the provided information.

    All the best,
    Slav
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