the Panotour File (.kpt) is not recognize on my laptop  

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the Panotour File (.kpt) is not recognize on my laptop

by asafmordechai » Wed Nov 24, 2010 9:11 am

this is the laptop fresh from the shop.

‎Model Name‎ ‎N4030-3704W7‎ DELL
‎ CPU‎ ‎Intel® Core™ i3-370M Processor, 2.4GHz,3MB Cache,1066MHz FSB‎
‎ Memory‎ ‎4GB DDR3 1333Mhz (2 x 2048 MB), Up to 8 GB‎
‎ HD‎ ‎320GB (5400 Rpm)‎
‎ Display‎ ‎14in HD Glossy WLED display with TrueLife (1366X768)‎
‎ GPU‎ ‎ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5430 Graphics, memory with 512 MB dedicated DDR3‎
‎ Optical Device‎ ‎8X DVD+/-RW Drive‎
‎ Webcam‎ ‎Integrated 0.3 Mega Pixel ‎
‎ Sound‎ ‎SRS Premium Sound 2 Speakers x 2 Watt‎
‎ Wireless‎ ‎Dell Wireless 1501 (802.11g/n)‎
‎ Bluetooth‎ ‎Dell Bluetooth 365 Card‎
‎ External Ports‎ ‎Video VGA X 1‎
‎ USB X 3‎
‎ RJ-45 X 1‎
‎ Microphone‑in X 1‎
‎ Stereo Headphones/Speakers X 1‎
‎ Card Reader‎ ‎5-in-1 Media Card Reader ‎

‎ OS‎ ‎Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit (Eng, Heb, Russia)‎



the file is seen as icon of flash.

the panotor is not seen in the open (right mouse button) program option, but is installed on the PC.
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by mediavets » Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:21 pm

asafmordechai wrote:the file is seen as icon of flash.

This how .kpt files, created using Panotour Pro, appear when displayed as thumbnails in Windows Explorer on my Windows XP/32 system.


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by asafmordechai » Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:37 pm

1. the installed programs - from some reason the panotour is not listed, and also flash.
but the both installed on the laptop.
2.look at the file and the icon.
3.this is the file (that in my main PC as panpro icon) ... if i make a panotour on the laptop it as the correct file icon and i can open it.
and yes i saved for export ...
4.this is how a flash tour is looking ... it will open in flash.



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by mediavets » Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:48 pm

So... I think you can browse (button lower right in your to most window in the screenshot) to the Panotour Pro proigram to make the file association.

I don't know why it was not made when you installed the program originally.
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I'm 'old school' - I always open a program from the Programs menu then open it's relevant files rather than clicking on data file icons - but then I don't like Thumbnail/icon view displayed in directories/foilders anyway I always have thing set to show file details and file extensions.
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