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1. My slideshow (J51_LayerSlideshow 1.1.10)
is published as in its template under the position showcase-1a.
The corners of the pictures are round in their original. With my template, too, the corners of the pictures were round at the beginning.
At some point I realized that the corners are no longer round! WHERE is this defined in the template. Actually, I haven't changed any settings so far.
2. Also the visual display of the number of pictures was first under the picture (as in your template) it is now in the picture and can no longer be changed !?
I only tested (module styles) in the "Advanced" settings, but then set everything back to the original value.
My development link is: http://entwicklung.baufirmarichter.alfahosting.org/index.php

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1. To amend try adding the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

.layerslideshow .img-fill {
border-radius: 25px;

2. To place the navigation outside of the image you can also add the following (edit to taste)..

.layerslideshow {
overflow: visible;
.layerslideshow .j51-nav-dot {
background: #aaa;
.layerslideshow .j51-nav-dots {
bottom: -20px;

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Many Thanks. That worked well !
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