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I want to have a views slideshow as the following:

  • Two content types which one has image field and the other has video field.
  • I need to have two pagers for the slideshow, one pager for content type (image) and one for content type(video).

I searched for a solution but i couldn't fine one, also tried to make the pager as a views then using views field view module but no luck.

This photo will explain what i looking for: enter image description here

Any tips?
Thanks

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  • at present no module have this option, you have to create a new with the help of node gallery module
    – Bala
    Commented Sep 21, 2013 at 18:28
  • As I'm looking at this, I wonder how you imagine the auto advance working. Generally speaking, the pager is a queue for the main area, you effectively have 2 queues driving it and I'm curious how that would work. Either way I really suspect this would be custom work Commented Sep 21, 2013 at 21:21

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You could do this using three views.

  1. Make the center part of the screen a view which uses a URL argument to know which node to pull the image/video from.

  2. Make the listing of possible photos a view. Make each link to view #1 and passes in the node id.

  3. Make the listing of possible videos a view. Make each link to view #2 and passes in the node id.

To put all three views on one page you have several options. You could use the module Panels or make each view a block and put them into different regions.

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  • Sorry but what you mean about "Make each link to view #1 and passes in the node id." ? Commented Sep 22, 2013 at 9:20
  • I created 2 views one for the center part and the second for video pager, when the url change with the new nid the views slideshow does not change the content. Commented Sep 22, 2013 at 12:44
  • You need to add an "Views Argument" to the slideshow. drupal.org/node/54455.
    – Thomas4019
    Commented Sep 23, 2013 at 10:32

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