While we load photos and select the thumbnail option, the photos are set into a slideshow by default. The first photo is displayed in full. Later when we add new photos, the new photos come after the first photos. How can we get the new ones first? Also, how can we get one of the new photos as the first photo? Anyone any ideas? Please. Thanks.
Thank you Daffy Duck. So, do you mean we have to delete all the first photos if we want to get the new photos first ? If so, that's a bit daunting. No other way out it seems. Thanks for the info.
W.E., thank you so much for the help. It works fine. In fact the dragging option is mentioned at the top of it, which I hadn't noticed when I asked for the help. Sorry for the trouble. Thanks.
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