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Lightboxes are not meant to show fullscreen slide shows. They always have a slight border, because they "want" to fit into the screen and show next and prev arrows and some text and so on.
Why not use a simple full screen slideshow? I could not see any reason to use a lightbox showing fullscreen slideshows.
Decisions are there to be made: fullscreen or lightbox.
The purpose is to have two smaller images on the screen that are both clickable to make full screen depending on the browser window. I understand there will be a slight border.
Still asking why not use the fullscreenslide show? You have thumbs, place them where ever you like and you`re pretty much done:
Do you have an example or design approach by screenshot, what you want to achieve?
I must admit I tried now and not before: Lightbox slide show is possible:
You just have to resize the pictures as tall as you like, set the double arrows at the breakpoint bar towards outside and boom!
Just choose the picture/slide show and set it to resize in width and height.
Thanks for the suggestions but the slideshow widgets are freaking out with the new update I believe. I placed my thunbs where I wanted and then previewed the page and they didnt stay where they were supposed to.
My solution is simply to link the thumb to an image and they will have to click the back button is all.