I copied all the code from the example and couldn't get it to work, out of desperation I switched to using jquery.cycle.all.js and the anchors instantly began working. It seems the lite version only drops the opacity on inactive slides, because clicking any slide uses the anchor href from slide 1. Hope this helps someone else and aids in a bug fix. Thanks!
EDIT: Just tested with the other versions of Cycle, and found all the other versions of cycle work flawlessly.. curious :\
I've read all the docs I can find on the slider, and have found the 'step' value is too strict, that the value must be a evenly divisible factor of the max value. I would like to propose that an array of values be accepted.
I'm trying to make a slider which decrements. As a test I have set min: 300, max: -1700, value: 0.
Upon clicking the slider handle firebug issues the error 'f is undefined'. Ideally, as the slider is dragged to the right the values would decrement like so; 300, 299, 298, 297 ... 0, -1, -2 .. and so forth until -1700 at the end of the slider.
Searched around for a bit and found nothing on this topic.. hoping someone here can help. I'm using jquery ui draggable to power an image carousel. Works great for the most part. However, when you're at the beginning of the carousel I want to disable -X dragging. Similarly, when you're at the end I want to disable any +X dragging. I've tried to accomplish this with just logic, determining which way the element is being dragged.. however, this just is not working. It would make far more sense to add a method to the draggable plugin which could be used to only allow dragging in certain directions on an axis. Feature request maybe?