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Have a question about how to use Lightbox? Follow the steps below to get help. Make sure you have read the documentation on this page and looked at the included example first. Search Stackoverflow to see if other people have run into the same issue you are having. If your issue is unique, then post a new question on Stackoverflow. Use the lightbox2 tag. Do not use Github Issues to report personal support requests. Found a bug? If you find a bug, follow the instructions in the Contribution Guildelines to report the issue.

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