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Hey all, this is question mostly directed at ChuchRoast but maybe other have expereicened the same.
When using Pagination mode 1 (regular page numbers at the bottom) the auto content scraper displays perfectly.
However when using the 2nd (auto java load) or 3rd (click to read more) it loads my story block but does not load the embedly content. It only displays the title of the content it is scrapping. Is there anyway to have it load the embedly image as you scroll down? Thanks!

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    Got it chuck thanks, will stay tuned!

    | Posted 203 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Hopefully in the next week I'll be back to Pligging full time again.. Right now things are a bit hectic in my life if you hadn't seen.

    http://pligg.com/support/announcement/out-of-commission-for-a-while/

    | Posted 203 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Hello rafalny - That is caused by a limitation within the embedly api in which it's triggered on what's called a body onload event. Since those other pagination methods don't trigger a new body onload it's doesn't get received by the api. Embedly is pretty good about updating their api and adding more capabilities, so I would guess this will eventually be added to it over time.

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