This question has been asked over of the V1 site. http://forums.adobe.com/message/4508705#4508705
However the best solution was to create one slideshow lightbox widget with "One" image (this thumbnail becomes the lightbox slideshow - trigger).
Then within this lightbox slideshow widget you drag another slideshow widget!!! - not a lightbox. You then add as many images as you desire, to this "nested" slideshow widget. So is this the best we can still do???
I would like to have a simple resizable rectangle, that could be turned - on or off - in the slideshow widget - "flyout prefs box". This way if you desire, you can place this "trigger" rectangle over an image or text on your web page, to start the lightbox slideshow.
>>> Basically a very very happy V2 user!
Ron O. Vermeulen
Thanks for the reply. I think you are missing what I'm trying to say. In V2 of Muse we shouldn't have to "nest" one widget (slideshow) within another widgit (composition-lightbox) so that we can have a "simple" trigger somewhere on a webpage! (way too confussing!!!)
The simple solution I have for V2, would be to "add" an extra pref in the slideshow "flyout box". Name it something like "Trigger Box". If checked, a rectangle would appear on the page. You can then move and/or resize this over an image or a text area, somwhere on this page.
This would now allow you to VERY SIMPLY trigger a "Lightbox" slideshow to appear, by clicking on this "rectangle" on the page. Because in this instance you would have " NO Thumbnails" checked in the flyout prefs box.
I will also add this over in the new idea area of the Muse site.
Ron O. Vermeulen