Both at HubPages and at the NYT, once you reach the end of a slide show you can't get back except by clicking again on all the photos, but backwards.
Is this so, or have I been overlooking something?
If it is this way, then the slide show actually leads the viewer out of the hub. It should therefore be at the end of the hub, not at the beginning.
When I try it, if I wait a moment a black window appears over the photos saying "you've reached the end of this photo gallery" and giving you the option to go back to the Hub.
However you make a good point - if you want to exit in the middle of viewing the gallery, there doesn't appear to be a way to do so.
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by quicksand5 years ago
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