There should be some workaround for this case by removing manually the false link and reoptimizing.
As I said above this is not practical. I was thinking you might suggest editing the .pano.
If you share this project's image, I'll check them. BTW : you have our ftp for that purpose.
Again as I mentioned before, I can't afford to stuff up my internet connection for the time that is needed for large panos. This why I posted you a disc a couple of weeks ago. (You never acknowledged the disc - did you get it?) This one is 750 8Mpix JPEGs and my upload speed is at best 2Mbit/s. I may try it overnight tonight.
I'm sure it's not the only issue because it's not possible to get link between column 1 and 3 for example. The only possible links is column 1 and last column, but not last-1 for example. So if you have such links, that's a bug.
Yep see above. I have links between column N-3 and 1. (In fact between column N-3-i and column 1+i for i = 0, ..., 2). Initially I thought this was to do with too much overlap between images, but the rest of the pano looks OK (i.e. links between adjacent images only).
Here's a better view of the offending area showing a link between column N-3 and column 1: