Custom SWF hotspot - displays - but link does not work  

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RickDrew
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Custom SWF hotspot - displays - but link does not work

by RickDrew » Wed Jul 07, 2010 3:49 am

I don't like the pulsing bullseye, so created an perspective arrow with a glow. It has a mouseover - the glow increases. When I place this as the display object, the arrow displays in place of the bullseye, the mouseover effect works, but the link to the next pano does not work.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Rick Drew

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Adrien F
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by Adrien F » Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:54 am

If your hotspot is a flash file and you embeded some mouse interaction in it, then it is very possible that it conflicts with krpano own mouse event handler and leads to unexpected bahavior.
My tip here : if the arrow is static then no need to do a flash file, just a png. If you want the glow effect on mouseover you will have to dig into xml krpano code : something like
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url="my/normal/hotspot/file.png" onhover="set(url, my/glowing/hotspot/file.png)" onout="set(url, my/normal/hotspot/file.png)"

I recently played with this new property : the crop
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url="my/double/hotspot/file.png" crop="0|0|65|65" onovercrop="0|65|65|65"

Given that my/double/hotspot/file.png is a 130x65 png file where the upper 65 pixels are the normal spot representation and the lower 65 pixels are the hovered hotspot representation.

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by Adrien F » Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:56 am

btw, if you feel like sharing your graphic files we encourage users to put them in the Resources forum :
http://www.autopano.net/forum/t8095-read-this-before-posting
http://www.autopano.net/forum/f25-autopano-tour-resources

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by RickDrew » Tue Jul 13, 2010 3:24 am

Thanks. I'll play with that. I uploaded the arrows to the user area. I spend about 3 hours a day in photoshop, so these only took about 5 minutes to make.

Rick Drew


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