I really hope someone will be able to help me out on this one. I have been up and down the forum but can't seem to find anyone having the same issue, for which reason I am hoping there to be a easy fix.
The problem being, I am able to open my tours with the modified .xml on flash devices (desktops) but the iphone or ipad won't work. I have build a work around with an additional link to a stripped version of my semi custom xml in which I remove all the onhover, onout, etc. flash commands. Now I was wondering if I can either modify the .html to redirect to a different .xml or ideally be able to run with the same .xml but have it ignore all flash instructions.
To summarize, I run Panopress on Wordpress and know the html with the integrated licences to be working because I am using the exact copy of the .xml minus the onhover, etc. now I just need it to be a one-click-wonder!
Thanks Klaus, for getting back to me on this matter, but I am mainly trying to integrate all elements for both flash and HTML5 into a single xml. code other than juggling with several builds. I have gone through some of the code by simply isolating what does work and what does not and narrowed it down to be the set() command that causes the HTML5 version to give the error. I very much like my set(alpha) commands for highlighting some of the interactive elements in my interface. But I guess I can compensate with the onhover(showtext...) which does work on flash and HTML5.
I do see the use of the set() command in some of the by Panotour auto generated code though and was wondering how they get around HTML trying to excess that?
Here is one of the pieces of code: adjusthtml5thumbsplugins();
Is there a tutorial on how to integrate these kind of access adjustments for flash and html?
Thanks Klaus, for getting back to me on this matter, but I am mainly trying to integrate all elements for both flash and HTML5 into a single xml. code other than juggling with several builds. I have gone through some of the code by simply isolating what does work and what does not
The krpano pano documentation shows a list of functionality not supported in HTML5 for krpano 220.127.116.11 (Panotour Pro currently use krpano 18.104.22.168 which probably has still less functionality):