The Short answer no, At the moment there is no built in option to link the Lightbox images with a respective "text" :
The start of an option if it suits you, but were getting dirty...
I know you didn't want to get too cod'e...
Giving my text element is own Custom Class or #id
For the example ive used "special"
Now the Lightbox becomes visible when the classes "hide-images", "transparent" & "hide" are removed from the lightbox-region.
Before ^ ^ ^
After ^ ^ ^ Lightbox is visible.
Adding jQuery code into "Custom CSS & HTML" within "Lay Options"
I can target my text "Special" that when clicked makes the Lightbox visible
jQuery("#lightbox-region").removeClass("hide-images transparent hide");
be sure to use "jQuery" instead of the default "$".
Now this is only One half of the process, but if getting "too dirty" the option would be to seek the aid of a developer to reach further,
Im sorry i don't have a simpler solution at this point
Extra long sentences if it helps....
The Lightbox Shows the correct slide based on its position along the the carousel, calculated based on my screen size a slide comes to 1265px wide.
When the prev or next button are pushed
See the - "translate3d" CSS transform - we move nicely along the carousel: 0, -1265px, -2530px, -3795px and so on,
You would need to find a way that when the text is clicked it would know where along the carousel it was meant to be and take you there,
So the aid of a developer is what i suggest if you do need this.
Thanks for reading through all this, maybe it wasn't necessary
- Sorry i cant help you further at this point :)