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marquee
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embeding vs not embedding and adding a context menu

by marquee » Sat Jan 30, 2010 3:47 pm

I've being trying to add a context menu to my java based template in APT.
could that be done by adding a line

so.addVariable("contextMenu", "contextMenu.xml"); ??

Its easy with html but am trying to find the best possible way of adding functionality to my tour.

Also
Is there any benefits to embedding all the data and all xml files over not embedding at all.
Has it got to do with security ?

could someone be kind enough to cover this topic?

many thanks

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by HansKeesom » Mon Jan 03, 2011 2:18 pm

At least it has an disadvantage, it slows down the loading.
If you not embed, seperate files are made and these make the pano load faster.
I think it also has an effect on generating the pano.
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by mediavets » Mon Jan 03, 2011 2:34 pm

marquee wrote:I've being trying to add a context menu to my java based template in APT.
could that be done by adding a line

so.addVariable("contextMenu", "contextMenu.xml"); ??

Its easy with html but am trying to find the best possible way of adding functionality to my tour.

You can add enties to the context menu from the GUI with Panotour Pro.


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