I’m going to put what i put in the support topic into this discussion just to keep all information together:
I went into the settings of FV Videoplayer, I am on the latest version v220.127.116.117.
In Settings -> Setup -> Integrations/Compatibility section, I see the option to Remove fancybox. I have this box checked. I save the changes.
When I go to my site and view page source, I still see FV Videoplayer loading its own version of fancybox.
What is this checkbox doing and why doesn’t it remove fancybox from the site?
I am loading my own version of fancybox.
In the Skin setting, i set the margin-bottom to 0px, but that did not seem to make any difference either.
Martin from Foliovision replied:
that setting servers the purpose of removing the other instance of fancyBox library while keeping what’s in FV Player.
Do you run into this issue on a page with FV Player where the video is set to show in lightbox? Or is the FV Player fancyBox loaded where it shouldn’t be?
For future please use our own support forum to help us keep track of the issues and bug reports: http://foliovision.com/support/
And now here we are in the office support forum.
My most recent response starts here:
I’m not sure I understand what you mean about the “other version of fancybox”. What other version? What I was hoping it would do was just not load fancybox from FV Player Pro plugin.
Is that not the case?
What I was seeing was with that option checked, i was seeing fancybox loading from the plugin still. I could not see any change with that box enabled.
Am I wrong or just confused about what the checkbox is supposed to do?
I was able to get rid of your fancybox to not load, but unregistering it via my theme. I changed the name of fancybox id to match what you had in your plugin, so now my version of fancybox in its place. Not ideal, but it worked.
Also the margin-bottom: 0 in the skin settings didn’t take effect, but i was able to override that via CSS. I did have to declare !important to override it though.