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  1. As many of you will know stock osC CE uses the colorbox script by Jack Moore for the gallery. This is a very nice script and has many features that can be used to change and improve the stock version used. If you would like your site to be a little different from all the others then it’s worth taking time to look at making a few simple changes. This is stock, By tweaking a few setting you can make changes, The first thing to do is check which version of the script you have as stock ocS CE was using an old version. Check and see if you have Version 1.6.4 – 2016/05/10 You will need to look in here ext/colorbox If not then you can get it from here https://github.com/jackmoore/colorbox You will see that you will have jquery.colorbox-min.js This is not much use to the average user as it’s imposable to see what's going on in a minified file depending on your editor it may look like this Use the un minified version for making changes, jquery.colorbox.js this will look like this. You can go to this website to see the full list of functions http://www.jacklmoore.com/colorbox/ You can change things like the transition type the speed of change the background color the opacity of the overlay and many other things. You are only limited by your imagination. You will also see that you have colorbox.css which can also be used to make changes. As you can see it has a range of user Style settings that can be changed to make your gallery more individual. Just remember to backup before making any changes.