I forget how not to link more than five photos together from the first photo. Can anyone enlighten me? Thanks!
Go to settings while editing the hub. If you don't want the pictures on the hub that qualify for the slideshow, then click on the box that gives the hub the ability. It will uncheck the box, which is automatically activated with 5 or more pictures in it.
Thanks, Cagsil. The settings link was not visible from my IE 7 browser. Only when I edit with FF, I can see the settings link and edit it. Done now.
You're quite welcome
Oh, also, just to let you know, you can be picky about the pictures you show on your hub as well. I mean, you can personally choose which pictures you would like to display in a slideshow, if you want a slide show to appear on the hub, but only want specific pictures to show up in the slideshow.
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