I'm not sure what you're saying here. Are you using the latest version from:
I have been updating frequently. Make sure to clear your browser cache before downloading.
Perhaps. The official version has not been updated yet.
Just a matter of getting the DD script updated?
On a side note - I've been working on a tweak where if there's markup for thumbnails associated with an image, that invokes multizoom, no extra multizoom property needs to be specified. However, it breaks down in the latest jQuery versions (1.8+), probably due to a bug. I'm thinking of going with it anyway and requiring jQuery 1.7.2 (the latest without this bug) and possibly making a bug report. A bug report is extra work though and I would have better luck with it if I could further isolate the cause. As it stands now, I can only tell what code invokes it, not the actual problem. Took me forever to realize it was version specific, I should have checked that sooner.
Edit: I found a workaround. The problem is in jQ 1.8+ and relates to a problem with its .not() function which is documented and supposedly fixed, but obviously not entirely. I found that by using the :not() selector instead of the function I was able to get jQ1.8 to cooperate. So now I've updated the live development demo with the new code. You can still specify a selector for the thumbnails if you choose. But if you use the expected format, the script will detect it and use it. The format is the selector for the image as a classname with an added classname, 'thumbs'. So image1's thumbnails go in an element with a class of "image1 thumbs". I needed the not (whether selector or function doesn't matter) to filter out the thumbnails should someone choose to select the primary zoomable image tag via a classname.